| June 18, 2014 | No comment yet
Finding wide-angle or macro lenses for the iPad are about as rare as seeing an albino tiger in the wild. It seems like most accessory makers want to steer clear of anything relating to photography on the iPad. There is some kind of stigma against using an iPad to take pictures. What these companies are slowly starting to realize is that people do use the iPad to take pictures.
Although I have yet to see a macro lens specifically designed for the iPad, I’ve always wanted one. Macro lenses zoom in super close to a subject, making it possible for you to see the smallest details on objects. Not only does it magnify the subject, it narrows the focus of the picture, creating a crisp, clear close up that makes the image appear to have either been taken by a tiny person, or the subject to have been gigantic.
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