The Alex Wild Droplet iPhone Lens Makes It Easy to Take Pro Pictures

By: Senduran Bhakthakumaran - Published: Apr 9, 2012 • References: blogs.scientificamerican &
The Alex Wild droplet iPhone lens is a DIY method towards creating microscopic images using a simple smartphone. This creation is completely free and can be done within the comfort of any location that has water.

All one must do is simply take a droplet of water and have it cover the lens on an iPhone. The larger and rounder the droplet is the higher the images magnification will be and the droplet will slowly evaporate lessening its effect. The water will move easily with the users slightest touch so best results usually occur if the smartphone is held still. The idea is to get just a small droplet of water above the lens so as long as users are careful to ensure they do not soak their phone in water-- the resulting images should be stunning. Stats for DIY Smartphone Photography Trending: Older & Chilly
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