While the new iPhone 13 Pro models boast a dedicated (and very good) Macro mode, an updated version of the Halide Mark II app promises to deliver macro photography to all iPhones. The question is, how well does it work?
Halide is third-party camera tool, Halide, or Halide Mark II – Pro Camera can be downloaded from the App Store and users will get subscription options starting at Rs 269 per month, or a Rs 4,499 one-time fee. The app brings a number of features to the iPhone camera setup including the ability to click pictures with manual focus. You can even give the app a shot for free for seven days.

How it Works

  • Once you download Halide from the App Store and pick a subscription fee, you can open the app and press on the Auto Focus (AF) button to trigger manual focusing.
  • This will let you go macro by selecting the flower-shaped icon on the bottom left.
  • Once this is ready, you can take your phone close to any small subject, like a coin, a small flower, or even a snail.
  • Use the slider on the bottom of the viewfinder to get the focus right and click a picture.
  • There’s even neat green highlights that show up when you’re focusing to help you get the best shot.
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