You can’t consider yourself a real iPhonographer without a toolbox of accessory lenses. The iPhone camera excels (terrific, actually), yet any kind of pro shooter will certainly tell you it’s the top quality of the glass that really makes a distinction in exactly how a photo ends up. Now iPhone 6 as well as 6 Plus owners could obtain two brand-new glass lenses from Olloclip, a firm known for making a few of one of the most finest clip-on lenses for mobile photography.

The company is supplying a combo lens with a 2X telephoto as well as a circular polarizing lens, as well as a macro 3-in-1 lens accessory. Both resemble its previous offerings for the iPhone 5/5s, but they’ve been redesigned to port into the top of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.

The Telephoto lens is a truly clever addition to your mobile rig. It limits the field of vision of the iPhone’s wide-angle lens, offering something near to a 35mm lens. This enhances portraits, and whether you like the shallower depth of area, it makes the chances seem even more like something that would certainly come out of a high-end DSLR. The telephoto is brief (2x magnification), so this isn’t a lens for shooting little birds in far-off trees. Your tries will obtain detail as well as your topics will certainly appear closer without the loss of top quality common to digital zooms.

On the other side of the clip is a round polarizing lens. It neutralizes glare in harsh light, supplying even more realistic shades in pictures and also letting specifics attract attention in the brightest areas within images. It could be used alone or combined with the business’s 4-in-1, fisheye, and also wide-angle lenses.

The Macro 3-in-1 lens features 7x, 14x, and 21x magnification. A macro works for photographing things that are very tiny, like raindrops on roses or places on ladybugs. This set likewise includes little plastic hoods for the lenses, which aid in diffusing light.

If you’re a follower of Olloclip lenses, you’ll discover these lenses look a little different. They’re somewhat offset, as opposed to piled back-to-back. While this makes the clip bigger, the layout permits the lenses to deal with both the iPhone’s front as well as rear-facing electronic cameras. A small loophole on each clip enables a lens to be worn as a pendant (or clipped to a bag or belt clasp loop) so it’s constantly prepared, not buried in your pocket or all-time low of a bag.

The Telephoto Lens + CPL sets you back $100, as well as the Macro 3-in-1 lens costs $70. They’re both offered now through Olloclip’s website.