Photo Gallery: When One Lens Becomes Hundreds
06/01/2012
Discontent with the rigidity of a camera's one-eyed gaze is nearly as old as...
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Discontent with the rigidity of a camera's one-eyed gaze is nearly as old as photography itself. In 1908, Nobel Prize-winning French physicist Gabriel Lippmann came up with "photographies intégrales," or integral photography, a technique designed to create comprehensive, integrated photographs with the aid of light fields.