Photography shortcuts

Shortcuts for utilizing your device’s camera to take pictures and zoom in on things.
Presents a menu for various sections of the Settings app related to the iPhone camera, including Video, Slo-Mo, and settings for the Photos app itself.
Presents a series of options for utilizing your camera apps, sharing from albums you don’t use enough, capturing unique images using stitching, opening camera settings, and accessing the Magnifier.
Take a photo in the style of the app Frontback, stitching together images front and back cameras on top of one another.
Take two photos in a row and stitch them side by side, then presents the image before saving it – can also be change to vertical for a stacked effect.
Immediately takes a photo with back camera, then front camera, then back camera—all without showing the image preview at all—stitches it together, then asks if you want to save it.
Opens the “Magnifier” feature of iOS that uses the camera and a simple zoom control that allows users to see things that are far away as if they were up close; plus, it allows for different color filters for anyone who might be colorblind or have other difficulty visually distinguishing things.
Opens the Camera preview to let you take 3 photos, then sitches them into an animated GIF.