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Lensbaby's "Sweet Spot" Lens To Make iPhone Users Photographers

Modern technology "forced" people to use smartphones when taking digital imprints of everyday life. Lensb...

Lensbaby's "Sweet Spot" Lens To Make iPhone Users Photographers

Modern technology "forced" people to use smartphones when taking digital imprints of everyday life. Lensbaby, the camera lens maker, has finally given photographers access to mobile phone photography by creating lenses specially designed for the iPhone 4s, 5, 5s, and 5c.

 

The Sweet Spot Lens lets iPhone users focus on one point of the image, while the peripheral parts gradually become blurred. Even though the patent is pending, the video below will convince you how amazing your photographs can be when you push your own creative boundaries.
 

 

 

 

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