Batch Rotate Images
Batch Rotate Images Siri Shortcut by Ana Riet v1.0 - Updated: 2019-11-21 Batch Rotate Images to the user selected orientation: Clockwise, Counter-clockwise, Upside-down or Flip (both horizontally and vertically). This script can be executed from the Photos share sheet or directly from the Shortcuts app. Handles multiple image selection at once (batch rotate). Disclaimer: Apple doesn't allow photos to be directly modified by shortcuts, so images are duplicated to the new orientation. This shortcut offers an option to delete the original pictures once rotations are done.
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You can choose between Personal or iPhone's cameras Logo. + Location to change Personal Logo at: Files app --> Shortcuts --> Watermark. _ 2 Personal Logos .PNG are "prsn_b.png" and "prsn_w.png" _ Note: must to change the new Logo's name to the same as the old Logo's name ( the new Logo should be the same size as the old Logo )
This is a free drawing shortcut that has options to use different drawing brushes, make different thicknesses, of course change color,and make your brushes bigger or smaller. But best of all this shortcut requires NO third party apps!!! You can Save Your drawing to Camera Roll, view it, or share it.
This shortcut lets you pick images and write a watermark text. Then it applies the watermark to the bottom right corner of every image and saves them to the "All Photos" album. The size of the watermark is automatically adjusted to be 1/5 of the width of the image in order not to be too large or small. The design of the watermark has been optimized to work on many types of backgrounds, both light and dark. It saves a lot of time. 🙂
Designed by a photographer for photographers store you PhotoLocations in a calendar idea for trip planning or retrieve it locations you have been to before. Just search google maps and copy the location to the clipboard, then follow the shortcut to add it to your calendar Please note the instructions inside the shortcut and create a calendar called PhotoLocations. Trip planning and revisiting places you know and love has never been easier.