Crowdfunded project helps iPhoneographers take more vibrant photos in daylight.
Scott Phillips and Joel Kamerman from Trygger have launched a project on Kickstarter that aims to help iPhone users take better photos during the day. iPhone case has an adjustable polarizing filter that can be slid over the camera lens when you need to use it.
The concept comes from professional photographers who often use polarizing filters in sunny conditions to cut down on glare, and dull colors caused by harsh lighting. The end result is a photo that is much more crisp, clear, and vibrant.
The Trygger camera case has already exceeded its pledged goal of $25,000 with 20 days to go. The iPhone case plans to retail for $49.95, but early backers had the chance to pledge $35 to be one of the first to receive the product.
Watch the Kickstarter video below for more info: