How I upload the best quality photos to Facebook 2022
In this video, I’ll show you how to upload the best quality photos to Facebook! We want our work to look awesome. I hear a lot of folks saying that Facebook degrades the quality of their photos. With the right resolutions and following the steps in this video, you’ll learn how to optimize your photos for Facebook. It’s a simple process that uses photoshop and the Bicubic sharper downscaling option!
If you want to create sharp images for Facebook then watch this video of the process so you can upload the best quality photos to Facebook!
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Step 1. Open your image in Photoshop
Step 2. Press ALT+CTRL+I (Windows) or Command+Option+I (Mac)
Step 3. Change your images longest Pixel edge to 2048px, then tick the “Resample” box and select “Bicubic Sharper (Reduction)
Step 4. Save the image as a PNG and ensure that the ICC profile checkbox is ticked
Step 5. Upload to Facebook 🙂
Be sure to go and check out my Facebook Business Page where you’ll see the results of the above steps. I’ve never had an issue with image Quality on Facebook! Visit my Page at: https://www.facebook.com/ShootCreateCaptivate
If you are on a mobile device:
You can choose to always upload photos in HD from your account settings:
- Tap the Three Bars at the bottom of the screen.
- Scroll down and tap Settings & Privacy, then tap Settings.
- Scroll down to Media and Contacts, then tap Videos and Photos.
- Tap next to Upload HD.
The great thing about going this route is that I simply copy my images off Facebook onto my phone and then load them up to Instagram and get awesome sharp results! When I upload to Instagram I’ll add in some extra sharpening inside the edit options! It works a charm! Facebook and Instagram are fantastic platforms to be able to share your work with the world so it’s important that they look great and have some sort of consistency. You want people to say “Ah I recognize those photos! Looks like Susan’s! Oh wait yes it is Susans!)
I hope this helps you understand how to upload the best quality photos to Facebook!
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