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Win An iPhone Lens Kit

To celebrate the start if the World Cup and my travels from Spain to pastures new. We’re running a new giveaway, an iPhone lens kit! Attach this to your iPhone (or iPod) and you can take Wide angle, fish eye and Macro shots with you regular device. It’s a universal kit so it’ll work with practically any generation of iPhone (and even an android device).

This was something I ordered before I got my olloclips but have never installed or used.

To attach it to your iPhone (or even iPod) you stick a metallic ring around your camera lens and then you attach one of the three lenses (fisheye, wide angle and macro) via the magnetic clip. This means that it’s really light and easy to carry the lenses around. The only issue is you have to stick the metallic ring on.

Anyway if that hasn’t put you off then enter the competition below and well announce the winner on Monday. Best of luck

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What are your tips or tricks for taking photos with an iPhone?

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4 Replies

  1. Brandon

    Be patient and take your time, don’t rush your shot so you get what you want and aren’t disappointed later.

    1. Chris Wilson

      Great tip Brandon, I find that taking a couple of shots as well is always a good step. You might move a bit on the first one and not notice it at first, taking more than one gives you a bit of an insurance policy.

  2. Jeromy Pizarro

    I use the rule of thirds a lot, nothing has to be centered, make it interesting

    1. Chris Wilson

      Love the rule of thirds, I know there are some other ways to layout a photo but I’m not too familiar with them. Something to do with spirals :S

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