Measuring BPFSL with photos: The third hand for iPhone owners
Measuring bone-pressed flaccid stretched length is difficult if one wishes to take a photo. There aren’t enough hands. Today I found a solution. I am using an iPhone to take the photos. I do all of this lying flat on a hard surface (a habit formed for consistency purposes). I put the phone in a large binder clip and this way it props up easily on my chest. To take the photo, I use CameraSharp:
It’s better than a self-timer: You can whistle to take a photo!