5 Tips For Taking Mobile Photos ‘Like A Pro’
I am by no means a pro, but I consider myself a FAR better Instagrammer than most. It’s my personal opinion, but I think Instagram should be meant solely for beautiful, fantastic, interesting photos. An image shouldn’t be blurry. It should have decent composition. It should have good light. I don’t want to see a blurry picture of Kanye West while at his concert when you’re sitting in the back row. Sorry. Just don’t do it. Post it in a Facebook album or something.
These 5 tips are simple but are often overlooked. But with mobile’s exceptional photo capabilities these days, we don’t really have an excuse for poor photos for ourselves or for our clients.
When it comes to posts by brands on Facebook, marketing study after marketing study after marketing study has found that photos and images result in more engagement than text-based posts. So how can marketers ensure that their photos are of the best quality?