Day 11, iPhone 5 30-Day Photography Challenge: Macro

By: Anna Gentry

Jul 26 2013

Category: Photography

2 Comments

Aperture:f/2.4
Focal Length:4.13mm
ISO:50
Shutter:1/30 sec
Camera:iPhone 5
Bee Gathering Stonecrop Nectar

Today’s micro challenge on the iPhone 5 proved exceptionally difficult.  I think I took more than 30 pictures with several different programs. While this picture isn’t perfect, I was in love with the honey bee that decided to drink some stonecrop nectar while I was busy taking photos. The iPhone’s strong point definitely isn’t macro mode. Using iPhoto I was able to adjust some of the setting to make the photo’s clarity appear slightly brighter.

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2 comments on “Day 11, iPhone 5 30-Day Photography Challenge: Macro”

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