Changing the lens of photography?

So, here’s the deal. We don’t have extra spending money. That’s what happens when one in a couple gives up their 9-5 to stay home. So, yes, I need more freelance work (need a website? check out my portfolio and contact me!). I’m working on that. But, if we did have extra spending money I would be spending $499 on this:

Screen shot 2011-10-20 at 10.29.40 AMAnd, of course, to rub salt in the poor girl’s wounds, I had to get a special invite to purchase it before they become available to the public. Yay.

But, check out the Lytro website and read more about this amazing new camera! Just a few of the cool features:

  • Focus after the fact. Everything.
  • Depth of field after the fact. On a whim. Changeable.
  • No flash necessary.

On day. For now, I’ll daydream about all of the cool photos I can take with it.

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