10 lenses you didn't know you needed for your iPhone

Picking out the perfect iPhoneography lens can be difficult, but there are a number of well-made, bizarre, and practical choices out there that are well worth investing in.

Here are some of the coolest iPhone photography lenses that you never actually knew you needed!

1. Photojojo Phoneography Spy Lens

Get a super sneaky snapshot with the help of the Phoneography Spy Lens from Photojojo.

2. Lensbaby Deluxe Creative Mobile Lens Kit

Attach the mount, secure your lenses, and shoot your masterpiece!

3. Moment Lens Original Superfish Lens

She's a Superfish, Superfish, she's super fishy, owwwwwww. (Get it? Like Super Freak?)

4. 150x Micro Phone Lens Starter Kit

If you're looking to take shots that are super up-close-and-personal with your iPhone, you can't really get more up-close-and-personal than a literal microscopic snapshot!

5. The iPhone Telephoto Lens from Photojojo

Bring your surroundings closer with this easy-to-shoot-with, superstar telephoto lens from Photojojo.

6. Olloclip Macro 7x - 14x lens

This macro lens comes with a nifty little plastic cover that diffuses light and makes shooting your teeny, tiny subject even more perfect and precise.

7. Aukey Ora iPhone lens

Wide angle? Check! 10x macro? Check! The ability to shoot awesome photos with your iPhone? Double-check!

8. The Componar

This lens isn't your traditional iPhone photography lens — it's actually a strange, inexpensive lens attachment for a DSLR — but The Componar can be easily twisted onto an iPhone lens attachment.

The coolest part about this lens? The fact that it gives you a square aperture on your images rather than a round one!

9. Easy Macro Lens Band

Snap on the band and start snapping some macro masterpieces in a millisecond (without any worry of dropping and shattering your lens!)

10. Neewer color filter lens kit

Color, tint, and tone your iPhoneography snapshots with Neewer color filter lens kit which comes with a wide angle lens, universal lens clip, a blue, orange, and grey filter, a CPL filter, and an ND2-400 filter.

Which iPhone lenses are your favorite?

Let us know what your top iPhoneography lenses are in the comments below! We'll be sure to check them out!

Cella Lao Rousseau

Cella writes for iMore on social and photography. She's a true crime enthusiast, bestselling horror author, lipstick collector, buzzkill, and Sicilian. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram: @hellorousseau