How to Use Photo Sequences

How to Use Photo Sequences



Photo sequences are lists to help guide you to take all of the necessary photos before and after each procedure. Sequences are grouped under three major anatomical regions. Head, trunk (which also includes arms) and legs. For example, let's choose face, portrait. Portrait meaning that you hold your capture device vertically to use each of the on-screen guides. On the right side is the capture sequence list for the face. This is the default list of photos, which of course you can customize on the RxPhoto website. This list of photos to take helps everyone in the office to be consistent in the capture procedure. We'll start first with the face frontal. Lining up her chin, and her eyes, and then capturing the photo. Notice now on the right side, the next photo to capture in the sequence is displayed. By tapping the yellow arrow on the right, the current photo is saved and the on-screen guide for the next photo in the sequences is displayed. This one is face left 45. In this case, we line up her chin, and her eyes, and we also line up the tip of her nose just touches the vertical dashed line. Then capture the photo. And again you'll see on the right side, the yellow arrow and the name of the next photo to capture in the sequence. When finished with the sequence, tap Save at the top right of the screen and you'll see all the photos uploading to the client's record. 


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