Doubleshot

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.

Matthew's Score
4/5
Total Actions
4

Shortcut Information

This shortcut is designed to let you take two different photos and combine them into one shot, either showing a broader context or two different scenes altogether.

I find images produced by this are an interesting way to communicate lots of information, despite the final result not being particularly photogenic itself – you’ll usually get a very wide or tall image depending how Combine Photos is set and the orientation of photos being combined.
Category
Compatibility
Complexity
Interactivity
iOS Features

Actions Used In This

Extra Details

Run Shortcut deep link
shortcuts://run-shortcut?name=Doubleshot
Open Shortcut deep link
shortcuts://open-shortcut?name=Doubleshot
AppleScript
tell application “Shortcuts Events” run shortcut “Doubleshot” end tell

More From This Category

Quick camera capture

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.

Get shortcut »

Frontback

Take a photo in the style of the app Frontback, stitching together images front and back cameras on top of one another.

Get shortcut »

Triple Take

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.

Get shortcut »

You Might Also Like


Get way deeper into Shortcuts – become a member.