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At we constantly use our iPhones to take photos, whether it’s for photographing a dish at a new local restaurant, or an art or music event in Madison Square Park, or getting the photo scoop on a new ‘restaurant opening’ sign. But some photos, even with a nice Instagram filter, just don’t come out looking very good.

Well fortunately the digital media experts at neighborhood Apple epicenter Tekserve (119 West 23rd Street) just published the “Top 10 Tips for Better iPhone Photography“, which includes some tips, apps, tools, and lenses which will certainly help us all get better iPhone photos.

Read all 10 helpful tips at

Here’s their demo of the Olloclip, a 3-in-1 clip-on lens system which gives you macro, wide-angle, and fisheye lens options:

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