Lytro Photowalks in Phoenix - Try a Lytro Camera during the Pride Parade
Saturday, April 21, 2012 from 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM (CDT)
Get your hands on a Lytro camera for this photowalk with Adam "Goolie" Gould and the Lytro Team during the Phoenix Pride Parade. Adam is best known for his picture, "Monarch at Rest", one of the most shared living pictures from our Picture Gallery, and the picture that was selected to be featured on the box for our first light field camera.
Adam and other members of the Lytro Team will share tips, advice and answer your questions to help you learn to use the Lytro camera in both Everyday and Creative modes. Check out the videos on Lytro.com/learn to get a preview of what you'll learn.
Order your ticket now to guarantee use of a Lytro camera during the Parade. Tickets cost $2 and everyone who tries a camera will get a Lytro T-shirt. Plan to meet at Starbucks at the Park Central Mall to pick up a Lytro camera before the Parade starts at 11am.
The Lytro Team
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Lytro is transforming the camera into a powerful computational photography platform and making conventional cameras a thing of the past. The key innovation is “light field” technology, which captures all of the light rays in a scene to create interactive, living pictures. Light field innovation enables unprecedented capabilities, including the ability to focus after a picture is taken, remarkable low-light sensitivity, and 3D viewing.
The company was founded in 2006 by Executive Chairman Dr. Ren Ng, whose research in light field photography won best PhD dissertation in computer science at Stanford in 2006 as well as the internationally recognized ACM award.