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iPhone Wide Angle lens. Expand your creative perspective
The olloclip wide-angle lens is designed for those occasions when you need that extra field of view, approximately double that of the normal iPhone. It allows more of the scene to be included in the photograph, which is useful when you’re taking pictures of architecture, interiors and landscapes—particularly in settings where you can’t move further from the scene to photograph it.
Photographers use a wide-angle lens to emphasize the difference in size or distance between objects in the foreground and the background. Nearby objects will appear very large and objects at a moderate distance will appear small and far away. This exaggeration of relative size can be used to make foreground objects more prominent and striking, while capturing expansive backgrounds.
The wide-angle lens is much larger than the iPhone lens so it is able to capture much more light and will capture some incredible sunrise and sunset pictures.
iPhone Macro Lens. When the fun is in the details
Designed for extreme close-ups when you’re photographing small objects at close distances, the olloclip macro lens magnifies your image roughly 10 times. It allows you to focus your iPhone within 12 to 15 mm of what you’re photographing, so you can fill the frame with your subject and capture it in amazing detail. This makes it ideal for capturing the smallest nuances in flowers, leaves, colorful insects and anything else that you want to explore and share in a way not possible with the human eye. Once you start experimenting, you’ll find that every subject has interesting detail that can make for fascinating close-up photos.
iPhone Fisheye lens an eye toward new possibilities.
With its hemispherical shape, similar to the eye of a fish, the olloclip fisheye lens captures a wide, panoramic view — an approximately 180-degree field of view. This ultra wide lens is designed for shooting very wide angles and is especially useful for photographing extremely wide panoramas of landscapes and the sky, and for close-up subjects in crowds, interiors, and architectural settings.
The fisheye lens is also commonly used to photograph extreme sports like skateboarding, snowboarding and surfing. Due to the strong visual distortion it creates, it is increasingly used in abstract and artistic photography — to create unique visual effects in everything from still lifes to portraits. It’s fun to experiment, and you’ll be amazed at the results you can achieve