I've captured a lot of photos with my Nexus 5. But I never really used macro until recently. I noticed there are some people that have captured great shots in the Android Photography Group using the function but from my own experience I can't quite get them as clear as I'd hoped. This is in part due to the fact that I try to capture insects which can be incredibly hard. The butterfly images are a great example. I chased this particular butterfly around for 15 minutes trying to get good shots. It was as if he knew what I was trying to do and would always turn away from the camera just before I snapped the shot. Then he'd fly and land in an area that caused awkward angles or was hard for me to get too. I'll practice with the function as time goes on. I've neglected it for too long but when used correctly it can deliver impressive results. I'm not quite there yet so swing over the the Android Photography Group for better examples.
|My little friend - Captured with a Nexus 5 using Macro. No post edits.|
|Butterfly Effect 01 - Captured with a Nexus 5 using Macro. No post edits.|
|Homeless - Captured with a Nexus 5 using Macro. Edited with Photoshop Touch.|
|Itsy Bitsy - Captured with a Nexus 5 using Macro. No post edits.|
|The Little Guy - Captured with a Nexus 5 using Macro. Edited with Gallery.|