If you haven’t already read my opening iPhotography post (http://www.mygeekinterior.com/professional-iphotography/) I recommend you do before reading on. If you don’t have time or need a bit of a recap – I’m going through all the components of my iPhone photography kit that I have assembled so far – starting with the lens kit.
So, the iPhones built-in lens is usually more than adequate for everyday fun snaps. The iPhone 6 spec sheet says it has an 8-megapixel iSight camera with 1.5µ pixels, ƒ/2.2 aperture and Five-element lens. What the hell does that mean to us? basically all this fancy talk means that the your iPhone has the equivalent focal length of about 30mm and its a great piece of kit for taking digital snaps.
Most DSLR cameras theres days come with an 18mm to 55mm adjustable zoom lens – so the 30mm focal length of the iPhone fits nicely in the middle and suits most situations. If like me however, you want to go to the next level and take some landscape or macro photos. You are going to want to have a bit more focal length flexibility. So how can we achieve this with our phone?