Photo Ghosting on the RxPhoto Mobile App - iPhone

Photo Ghosting on the RxPhoto Mobile App - iPhone



Photo Ghost on the iPhone

Watch the tutorial above, or follow the steps below to use the RxPhoto Photo Ghosting tool for consistent "after" photos:

1. Press on the desired anatomy area.

2. Press on the Photo Ghost icon.

3. Adjust the transparency of the "ghost" image using the lever on the left.

4. Align the client using the "ghost" image as the template.

5. Capture photo.

6. Press arrow on the right to move to the next photo in the sequence (See "Photo Ghost Several Images Consecutively" for details) or press "Save" to save the image if finished photo ghosting.


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