Bird Photo Booth allows amateurs to take close-up, professional-looking photos of birds
It's claimed that Bird Photo Booth's macro lenses coupled with iPhone's face detection technology capture the rich details of avian expression
Bryson Lovett has created Bird Photo Booth, which uses remotely controlled smartphones to video and photograph birds
Bird Photo Booth is set into a handcrafted FSC oak and CNC metal feeder to produce a live stream on another device via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth
Taking a close-up photograph of a bird is no easy task without high-end photo equipment and the patience of a trainspotter. By combining the power of smartphones, wireless technology and quality macro lenses, a KickStarter project called Bird Photo Booth promises to take bird photo enthusiasts a little closer to their subjects without ruffling anyone's feathers.
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