WISE CAMERA HOW-TO
The Wise Camera app new update - Restore Purchases ⚠️
If you have purchased the Wise Camera app or the Composition Rules Package in the past, and you reinstall the app, you will need to "Restore Purchases" from the Options menu. You must restore previous purchases on a device using the same Apple ID used with the previous purchase.
The Wise Camera app is not saving photos in the Apple Photos library?
The Wise Camera app needs access to your Apple Photos app library in order to save photos. The Wise Camera app will save two photos, one with the composition rules red guidelines and another without the composition rules.
When installing the Wise Camera app, the app will ask for permission to access your Apple Photos app library, but sometimes this step might be skipped. If this happens, you can reinstall the app to give permissions or just go to Settings → Privacy → Photos → Wise Camera → check "Add Photos Only"
Note: The Wise Camera app also saves a small thumbnail on the app for quick photo review.
The Wise Camera app is not showing live images when taking photos?
The Wise Camera app needs access to your iPhone camera in order to take photos. When installing the Wise Camera app, the app will ask for permission to access your iPhone camera, but sometimes this step might be skipped. If this happens, you can reinstall the app to give permissions or just go to Settings → Privacy → Camera → Wise Camera → turn it on.
How to use the Wise Camera and Wise Photos apps if you are color blind
The Wise Camera and Wise Photos apps display the artistic composition rules with red color lines. This can be an issue for color-blind people. You can set your iPhone accessibility features to change the composition rules red color lines to a more appropriate color for you.
To use the iPhone accessibility features for color-blindness, go to Settings → Accessibility → Display & Text Size → Color Filters → Turn on Color Filters and select the appropriate options and intensity.