Light field fluorescence microscopy (LFM) can provide three-dimensional (3D) images in one snapshot, but essentially lighting up the entirety of the sample, even though only a part of the sample is meaningfully captured in the reconstruction. Thus, entire illumination introduces extraneous background noise, degrading the contrast and accuracy of the final reconstructed images. In this paper, temporal focusing-based multiphoton illumination (TFMI) has the advantage of widefield multiphoton excitation with volume selective excitation. We implement the TFMI to LFM, illuminating only the volume of interest, thus significantly reducing the background. Furthermore, offering higher penetration depth in scattering tissue via multiphoton. In addition, the volume range can be varied by modulating the size of the Fourier-plane aperture of objective lens. 100 nm fluorescence beads are used to examine the lateral and axial resolution after phase space deconvolution from light field image, the experimental results show that the lateral resolution is around 1.2 µm and axial resolution is around 1.6 µm close to the focal plane. Furthermore, the mushroom body of drosophila brain which carried a genetic fluorescent marker GFP (OK-107) are used to demonstrate volumetric bioimaging capability.