One of the advantages of the iPhone is the small lens and tiny body of the phone. This allows one to bring it into areas where a DSLR and the larger lens would be able to reach. Although there are some focus issues, I have found it a remarkable tool for macro photography work. Today I used it to get in close on an old computer circuit board. With the camera only about an inch of the surface I was able to capture the city like layout of the board. It was a little touchy to get the sharp focus with the biggest difficulty holding the phone itself steady.
After capturing the photo I opened the file in Snapseed where I used the tilt & shift feature to shorten the depth of field and the grunge filter to add a little more of a gritty look. This is the photo of the day for today.