Crappy iPhone Macro Photography

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Crappy iPhone Macro Photography

by xanthoparmelia » Thu Feb 07, 2019 7:04 pm

I don't have a macro lens for my camera yet, but I do have one of those cheap, clamp "macro" lenses for my phone.

1. Gigantea x Moranensis leaf pulling
2. Nectar from the peristome of S. leucophylla x excellens
3. A piece of cat hair (i think) photobombing P. Martinezii
4. Fungus gnat on D. Binata seedling
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Re: Crappy iPhone Macro Photography

by CpKid » Thu Feb 07, 2019 7:06 pm

Wow, those are really good pictures! Wish I had one of those ! :)

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Re: Crappy iPhone Macro Photography

by riveraXVX » Fri Feb 08, 2019 1:16 am

looks good for using a phone!

<3 our macro lens!

I like the center rosette of P. Martinezii - also re: cat hair crazy the other things that pop up that you don't notice working that close! I find fibers of our carpet in photos randomly that I can't see with my naked eye/don't notice until editing photos full size sometimes!


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