Siri Shortcuts: Selfie Strip

Learn how to build an iOS Siri Shortcut for taking a series of photos, combining them into a vertical strip, previewing the result, and sharing the resulting image. To accomplish this, we'll use the Take Photo action and the Combine Images action. We'll wrap Take Photo inside a simple Repeat look. Then we'll use the Quick Look action to see the result and share it. You can also use other actions to instantly send the image via Messages, Email or save to your Photos Library.



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Comments: 4 Responses to “Siri Shortcuts: Selfie Strip”

    Josh
    1 year ago

    This is a brilliant idea; fun and useful! It also helps me to open my mind to the possibilities and will definitely check out your other post(s). It also makes me eager for more examples of how to use Shortcuts.

    Vaman Kale
    1 year ago

    This is absolutely stunning. I knew I can rely on you to find things that are not immediately apparent. I know I will have a lot of fun doing this. Thanks a bunch.

    Ed
    1 year ago

    Puzzling result in that it works but the images are not showing up. in the photo app. Is there supposed to be a step to save the images?

    Off topic… love your little webcasts. I’m on the board of a small dying apple users group which I started in 1983 and I often pass on your hints to our remaining members so please keep up the great work

    1 year ago

    Ed: I explain at the end that the result goes to the sharing options, but you can modify it do the result goes to your Photos library if you wish.
    Thanks!

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