When I was in Akihabara yesterday I got an inexpensive “crip on” macro lens for any smartphone that can take photos between 10 and 23 mm away. It also comes with a fish-eye and wide lens, but today I played a bit with the macro lens on my iPhone while outside.
It’s pretty hard to focus because the slightest tremor will move the subject out of the very limited field of view. But these came out well I thought.
Some photos I took 4 years ago today just popped up in Google Photos, and I thought it was worth a re-share. These were taken with my iPhone at the time, using an attachable macro lens I picked up.
I took this photo along Park Avenue in Lafayette Square yesterday afternoon. Google Photos auto-styled it.
I saw these kids playing in the park by my house this morning. It looked like some sort of a manic slide assembly line of children, so time lapse seemed like a good idea.