Using 6×6 for iPhone

  1. Switch the grid on the focusing screen: select from Architectural (shown), Rule of Thirds, or none.
  2. Flash selection: move the slider to the right to set the flash gun to active, slide it back to deactivate the flash gun.
  3. Focus “point-of-interest”. Tap the focusing screen to set this; double-tap to clear and return to automatic focus.
  4. Exposure “point-of-interest”. Tap-hold the focusing screen to set this; double-tap to clear this and the focus point-of-interest, and return to automatic focus.
    • If the exposure point-of-interest has not been explicitly set, it is the same as the focus point-of-interest.
    • To lock the focus and exposure points-of-interest, swipe the focusing screen.
  5. Review/share button. Press this to view your Camera Roll and share its contents. At rest, this acts as an indicator for when (and how many) images are being saved.
  6. Mode selection: move the slider to the right to take monochrome photographs, slide it back to take color photographs.  Double-tap this for quick access to the different color and B&W Modes.
  7. Split-screen “spirit level”: when this is horizontal, you’re lined up with the horizon.
  8. Shutter release: press and release the button to take photographs.
  9. Settings button: press this to configure some detail aspects of 6×6.