Taking pictures with an iOS device?

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Hello Just wondering if there exists an app that helps blind/low vision users take photos? There is a phone with this feature, however it is not an iOS device and is not accessible. It basically detects and announces the number of faces, and says whether to "tilt up", "tilt down", "move left", "move right", "closer", etc. and "smile" when it determines that it is ready. I've heard that Guided Photo Pro does the trick but it has not been updated in a while.

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Submitted by Siobhan on Friday, March 21, 2014

Hello. Guided photo pro and I were like this. I don't understand why after IOS six it just, stopped working. i've asked quite a few times in varying ways if anyone would like this app could we do something, I fell on deaf ears. I even contacted the developers. no dice. If you or anyone reading has any suggestions I'd be greateful. The only other photo app I know is something like talking gallery where it lets you apparently label photos. so you know what it is by your voice tag. I have nearly two hundred photos. I don't have the time nor patience to go through and remember what every one is. Good luck, I'll keep watching this thread. :)

Yeah I got the Guided Photo Pro app just to try it out... not a very good idea . I like the Talking Gallery app but it isn't a picture taking app .

Submitted by Siobhan on Friday, March 21, 2014

Hi. It did describe directions like you had, up, left, down, smile, click! Anyway I'm be thrilled if a bit more emphasiss was put into a photo app either by trial and error or actually feeling like i was heard sometimes. i get we all have varieties of what we'd like in aps, I'm totally fine with that. I just don't understand when an app was submitted that was accessible, changed, everyone seems to say oh zombie app, next? Just my views, not trying to put anyone down.