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TrackYourSpot - a Phone App for Monitoring your Skin Spots

Taking another photo of an old spot

This screen helps you take another photo picture of a previously photo-ed spot and store it with the previous photos. All you need to do is shown here:

  1. From the Home screen, click on the button labeled "UPDATE SPOT" which is circled in red:
    Update Screen circled
  2. You'll see picture of the front of the body, with different colored parts. You can sweep the screen up to show the lower legs and feet. Or you can sweep the screen left to show the back of the body. Click on the body part where you have the spot to appear in the new picture. An example is circled in red:
    Front body Back body Body info
  3. The app now shows the names of all spots that have been saved for that body part. Find the name pf the spot that you want to photo again and click on it. An example is circled here:
    Folder select
  4. You get this screen, which gives the name of the selected part on top of a background of the same color as the selected patch. Click on the circled "TAKE PICTURE" button.
    Folder select
  5. Your phone's camera is now activated. Position the phone about 4 inches/10 centimeters from the spot and click the camera to take the picture. Click the capture button (position may depend on your phone, here circled in red) if you are happy with the image, and then the OK button that appears (not shown). An example is seen here:
    Post capture screen
  6. The next step is to crop the image so that the spot is the most important part of the image. You should see a screen that looks like this: Start of cropping
    You should move the highlighted box around by touching the box (for example, at the red spot) and dragging it over the spot. If you touch and drag the white shapes at the corners (green circled), you can shrink or enlarge the highlighted box. Resize and drag until the spot best fills the middle square of the highlighted box. It should look like this:
    Before crop button
    When you are happy, click the CROP button (blue circled). You can also rotate the image by touching the swirl circled in yellow.
  7. You can now see a screen like this: saved image
    This is the image that has been saved. From here, you can return to the Home screen (red circled button) to start a new task or Email the photo to someone (blue circled button) or Compare two previously captured images (green circled button).

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