IPhone Macro Fast

Published on December 15, 2009

IPhone Macro Fast

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    Once, in one habratopic, I read about a small “life hack” - how to use the old \ unnecessary CD \ DVD-Rom to teach any device without autofocus to shoot in macro mode.



    To get started, I took an old, but not necessary DVD-RW from LG:

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    After which I boldly unwound it

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    I took out a block with lenses: And I took out the most important lens :) i.e. the largest:

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    Attaching it with an honest word on top of the case, I immediately started macro photography:

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    A bit of artificial daylight illumination (blinking in the frame):

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    Photo of the LED flashlight:

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    Large microcircuit (so that the topic is even more consistent with the Habr's IT theme) ;-)

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    Inverted I decided to leave the photo of other optical elements from the DVD-Rom as-is with a claim of non-interference in the experiment :)

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    All photos were automatically reduced when uploading to the site, no more changes and processing were carried out. All photos were taken on the iPhone 2G.

    The whole operation took 10 minutes on the strength ;-)

    Thank you for your attention, successful immersion in the world of macro photography!