This is a very simple workflow that I'm sharing mainly because of the idea behind it.
I wanted to make several photos for a time lapse but I wanted to decide the exact moment the photo was taking. The phone is in a tripod, so touching it was cumbersome. I could have bought a remote BT shutter, but it was a little overkill for just one timelapse.
Automagic to the rescue: I come up with the idea that the http request trigger from Automagic could act as a remote trigger, just pointing the browser to the web address of the phone.
As a bonus once the photo is made it writes back a thumbnail to the browser, so that you can see the progress (try to do that with a remote shutter ). Obviously, you can make all kind of changes to the flow (keeping a log of the photos you do and return the progress, make a sound when the photo is made,...).
The delay is because sometimes the flow fails and I suspect that it is because the camera needs some time to process and write the file.
Obviously, the phone and the PC should be in the same network.
Share and discuss your flows and ideas with other users.
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