No more blurry shots. That’s what Adobe wants you to drool over while they perfect their Light-Field Camera. Standard cameras allow light to travel through a single tunnel/lens and project it onto the film plane/capture device. Light-Field Cameras do the same, except they use 19 lenses to capture the scene and record it onto 19 shots that capture different focus distances. This frees the photographer to — in their digital darkroom — develop the picture and focus selectively using a “focus brush”, allowing them to bring details from both forground and background into focus. More detail here.