If you are an Instagram user, then you know that you can link multiple accounts to a single user name. This is a handy option, but Instagram is now making it easier to post to all the accounts you have. From now on, it’s possible to post the same image across all your accounts at once.
If you can look beyond the painfully obvious click bait nature of the title for a moment, I promise you that the following 5 things need to become a mandatory part of your pre-upload checklist.
Remember you only get one chance to impress with your shots and I know we all get very excited to share an image as soon as we’ve taken it, but just take a few moments to check these 5 things are done before you do so and I promise you’ll thank yourself later.
As often happens around this time of year, Make a Website Hub have released their guidelines and cheat sheet for the image sizes we should be using on social media. Here, we’re going to go over the two that are most relevant to photographers. Facebook and Instagram. If you want to know the others, be sure to download their cheatsheet PDF.
It’s hard to imagine someone who doesn’t use at least one social network. If you have your own business, it’s even more difficult to imagine such scenario. In the modern era, most of us use social networks to promote our work. For photographers, this means uploading your photos on several social networks, and each has its specific image sizes and formats. If you want to represent your images the right way, you should know what the best formats are – and the help comes in the form of a comprehensive cheat sheet.