How To Take Beautiful Nature Close-Up Photos On iPhone

Discover 14 top tips for taking the most incredible close-up iPhone photos of nature, including flowers, leaves, feathers, spider webs and water droplets.
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In an earlier blog today I published a link to doing macro photography with your phone and I sort of hinted that while macro photography was for drawing out extreme detail of a small area of a subject, magnifying it beyond reality.

Close-up however is more or less for filling the frame with a subject while allowing for some of the environment to fill in the surrounding area. Phones are more than capable of doing that especially when they have a telephoto lens built in or when accessorizing with an external telephoto lens like the Moment 58mm.

Experimenting with the standard lens on a phone with the Moment telephoto will give you one magnification and then placing over the phones tele lens will give you quite a bit of extra telephoto range.

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