OK folks, am I missing something here? I take great care in how I compose my images, but Instagram "insists" on cropping the image... doesn't it? I have nothing against square, but if I wanted a square image, I'd take it that way...
Not to mention the ridiculous workflow to put an image up there from a laptop.
Help out a skeptic will ya? ;-)
Based on my recent experience it is best to post square images. Recompose them yourself or you may see undesirable results. If one clicks on an image one will see the image without cropping but this requires a bit of effort (lots of clicking). It is much easier to scope out what is there by looking at pix in the default grid.
I am using the Lightroom app mentioned back a bit in this thread. No major issues with workflow. However, one needs to delete an image and then undo the deletion and re-upload to see edits. Not quite as smooth as other LR apps.
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