In this iPhone photography training, I'm going to show you how to photograph small objects like this dinosaur up close to make them look larger than life using just your iPhone. I’m using an iPhone 11 Pro in this demonstration, but this can also be done with an iPhone X or other smart phones that have lens options to be able to zoom in close.
Here's what you need to be able to do this on your own:
1. an iPhone or smartphone that has multiple lenses so you can properly zoom in on a small object to photograph. Try to find something under 2 inches tall
2. A setting to give the object context. For instance, I’m using a forest floor to make the dinosaur look like he is roaming wild in the forest.
Grab a small object, your iPhone, find a fun background and watch this video to learn how to make small objects look larger than life!
Once you have your object and scene selected, tap the screen to use the x2 lens.
Now compose your shot.
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