I think its safe to say that just about anyone who owns an iPhone knows what an Ollo Clip is. For those of you who don’t allow me to explain. The Ollo Clip is a genius little gadget fitted with two lenses, with four configurations (Fish Eye, Wide Angle, Macro 10X, Macro 15X) that slides over the built in iPhone’s camera lens and gives users the ability to take really cool shots that wouldn’t otherwise be possible. For the last year or so Ollo Clip has reached out to a few key figures in the automotive culture, gave them an Ollo Clip and told them to have at it. Each individual was allowed to take the most creative pictures they could come up with as they conducted their daily goings on be it racing, building cars, organizing car shows, etc.
Last night Ollo Clip gathered the best pictures from the instagram accounts of those users and put them together into a pretty cool photography exhibit dubbed “Shutter Speed” at the Box Eight studio in downtown Los Angeles. It was a pretty cool event, though relatively low key compared to some of the other events I’ve been to. But it was a great atmosphere with cool people and a few pretty cool cars sitting dead center to provide extra eye candy on top of the awesome pictures on display. To get a taste of what it was like click on the thumbnails. If you like the idea of being able to expand your phone’s photo capabilities I would highly recommend checking out Ollo Clip. They are pretty much the go to external lens for iPhones and they just announced a model for the iPhone 6. If you’re an android person there is an Ollo Clip out now for Samsung Galaxy phones.