Here are some more macro photos I took this morning on my new iPhone 13 Pro. I love the way it automatically switches into macro mode as you get close to the object. And they almost always finish up nice and sharp.
I usually don’t pay any attention to lunch macros, but since my new iPhone takes nice macro photos I decided to take a look today. #WFPB
This is a great, easy-to-use app I want to recommend to everyone who uses their iPhone camera a lot. Without resorting to “expert” or expensive applications, with high learning curves, such as PhotoShop, TouchRetouch (available in the app store) lets you very easily clean up problems with photos. This includes getting rid of those annoying “green dot” lens flares which had been bothering me so much, unwanted blemishes, garbage and just about anything else in photos that you want to clean up.
It’s amazingly clever and simple to use. Here are four before and after photos I took.
(1) Green dot lens flare cleanup – the green lens flare dot is located to the right of the center of the photo.
(2) Garbage on my neighbor’s roof. There is something that looks like a block of concrete or stone across two of the tiles of my neighbor’s roof.
(3) Cleaning up construction items interfering with a river scene. I want those metal poles gone!
(4) Finally, here is a photo of Mon and Monta in their cage. Note the large clump of bird droppings on the right nest, under the mirror and bell. Using TouchRetouch I was able to make them disappear. Now I don’t even need to clean the cage!
Some of them seem almost magical.
The app is super easy to use. It seamlessly integrates with the iPhone standard Photos app as one of the editing tools. It can also be used stand-alone, with more export options. There are various tools you can use – brush, lasso and more. There is also a tool dedicated to getting rid of lines, but I haven’t played much with that yet.
I think it’s highly worth the $1.99 cost. Even just being able to super easily get rid of lens flare artifacts makes it worth it to me.