Shortcuts for the Camera app – built off the Open Camera action new in iOS 17.
Use these with Siri, the Shortcuts widget, Spotlight, or the app to quickly access the mode you need – they work particularly well in new Lock Screen widget too.
Opens the default Photo mode in the Camera app.
Opens the front-facing Selfie mode in the Camera app.
Opens Portrait mode in the Camera app. If Preserve Settings is used, the Portrait Zoom level stays between shots instead of being reset to default.
Opens the Portrait camera to the Selfie mode – my preferred way to take selfies, but one I forget to use (until now)
Opens the Camera app to the Video mode. If Preserve Settings is enabled, opens to your last-specific settings.
Opens Cinematic mode in the Camera app – set in 4K at 24 fps.
Opens the Time-Lapse mode in the Camera app.
Opens the Pano mode in the Camera app – use this for shooting panoramas that you can view later on the Apple Vision Pro.
Opens the Slo-Mo mode in the Camera app – mine is set to 1080p 240 fps.
Takes a logo stored in Files, resizes it to 150px, and overlays it 200px away from the bottom right of another image.
Opens the Halide app to Depth Mode so you can take “Portait Mode”-like photos using depth data.
Turns the Captions for the specified TV on.
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