How To Upload Perfect Pictures On Instagram?by Joey Williams Consultant
Nowadays, Instagram has become among the most favorite social networking sites all over the world. Some people get conscious of their pictures that they upload and want them to be the best. If you are looking for ways to perk up your Instagram pictures, then read on.
Here are the ways to get perfect pictures on Instagram.
It is difficult to capture a random amazing picture for Instagram just in one go. After all, generally, for getting a lot of likes on Instagram posts it requires proper planning and a bit of luck as well.
For instance, you need to plan out in the initial stage itself some basic things such as-
- If you wish to buy anything from any application for making your picture look better.
- If you wish to have any model for your picture, etc.
Edit the picture
The step that should be taken after selecting any picture is that you should do editing on it. It should consist of the following points-
- Removing any part of dust and blemishes.
- Managing the brightness and contrast according to the picture.
- Increasing the saturation and colors.
- Using filters such as black and white.
Note: A professional photography application can make your picture look awesome.
Changing the size of the picture
Always avoid uploading large files on Instagram. After all, its compression algorithm can spoil your picture if it’s more than 1.6MB and 1920px. The excellent quality of the picture is entirely gone after it gets maximum compressed.
Note: Try using JPEGmini that can compress any picture to a maximum and even you don’t need to think for the quality of the picture.
Luckily, there are some applications for phones as well that can do this work easily.
- Try using computer editors for cropping the image — for instance, Photoshop and Lightroom.
Prefer using the quality settings to get the appropriate size of your selected picture. One of the drawbacks of phones is that different applications are required for different work.
Look that Instagram always changes the picture to JPEG format- If any picture is in a screenshot or a symbol which is of the PNG format, there will be some artifacts. That is the only problem with the JPEG format.
Uploading the picture
Lastly, after the above steps are taken, you simply have to post the image. Congratulations! Now you got the perfect picture for Instagram.
Joey Williams is a creative person who has been writing blogs and articles about cybersecurity. He writes about the latest updates regarding mcafee.com/activate and how it can improve the work experience of users. His articles have been published in many popular e-magazines and blogs.
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Created on Mar 5th 2019 12:47. Viewed 291 times.