In my opinion, images should be LARGE on Facebook! The BIGGER the BETTER! I have found that I tend to “click” on images from fanpages where I know they display large images consistently. There’s more “WOW” factor when the image is crisp and clear and takes up the whole window!!! So the million dollar question is, how do you make sure your images are clear and crispy after they are uploaded to Facebook?! Here are some tips that may help you out!! :
1. BLOGSTOMP isn’t just for resizing for blog posts, we have a Facebook template that we use and we love it!
2. Images need to be 2048 pixels on the longest side! Want more of an explanation about that? Check out Trevor Dayley’s awesome Fstoppers article about this topic HERE!
3. Make sure “High Quality” is clicked when you’re uploading to Facebook! This is the MOST COMMON mistake made by photographers!! (You can find this box on the bottom left corner below)
4. And this doesn’t have anything to do with resizing images… but it’s a helpful tip about Facebook sharing. Make sure you create a template that you copy and paste on every image you post that will give your audience additional ways to connect! For us, Facebook is not the “win”… the BLOG is the “win”! We want to get people to the blog and we use Facebook to do it! So make sure you have a clear and consistent way to display all of your links! Example:
I hope this mini-Facebook post is helpful!! We’re here at UNITED in Santa Barbara and we’re so excited to share a few days with such AWESOME photographers from around the country! My only concern is that I’m already losing my voice!! Ugh. And if you’ve read THIS post, you know why that’s very frustrating for me! But I’m going to try my best to just be a quieter version of myself so that I have a voice left for my talk on Wednesday!!! :):)
So happy Monday and happy posting! I hope your FB images look better than EVER!!!