If you could focus this WildDog photo, how would you do it? You make the call! Step behind the camera with these interactive images.

Variable DOF images are interactive photos that allow you to change the focal point of the photo while you view it. You click on a part of the image and that part of the image pops into focus. In other words, the focal point is “variable.”

When I learned how to do this, it triggered my evil laugh reflex and I had to experiment. Here are a couple of my hastily assembled attempts.

Shout out to Eric for pointing me to this lifehacker post which features this nifty variable DOF generater by Chaos Collective.

click on WildDog to bring him in focus

click on WildDog to bring him in focus

what's your favorite part of a lab face? ears, nose, eyes? click to see...

what’s your favorite part of a lab face? ears, nose, eyes? click to see…

what's in the candy jars? click to find out

what’s in the candy jars? click on them to find out

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Posted by Wildman

Husband. Dad. Pastor. I like to capture moments, pull their threads, and see what unravels. Lead well, read well, think well. And grace. Lots of grace.

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