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I'm sharing on Instagram for a few years now.

https://www.instagram.com/p/Bppb6nFFp3k/?utm_source=ig_share_sheet&igshid=1pjun52qddwis

 

Follow me?

 

@uwshoot

 

https://www.instagram.com/p/BpfBaj9iOlX/?utm_source=ig_share_sheet&igshid=zmxjy55mgybh

It works easy and fast, also you can see lots of other underwaterfotography.

 

 

Verstuurd vanaf mijn Nexus 6P met Tapatalk

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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? ;-)

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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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Thanks Tom... I've heard that there is a way to post full frame, but again, it seems like a lot of work! ;-)

 

@stu_seldon

 

Don't rush. Although there is a link to my website there. ;-)

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Posting full frame images to Instagram only requires a single additional click, if using the IG app on a Windows PC. This, however, is not obvious from the app's screenlayout... After selecting the desired image, one should see a small black circle, with two outward pointing arrows, in the lower lefthand corner of the image:

 

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Simply clicking on it will change the image from square to full frame (landscape or portrait). And, that's it... just follow the rst of the prompts for captioning and tagging and you'll have full frame images on Instagram.

 

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One caveat, though... If the person perusing your photos is using a grid preview layout, they will still see a cropped version until they actually open the image.

 

HTH...

 

ECho

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Started from last summer and for me it is a little extra motivation to get to the cold water (on my days off from the cold water)- get some shots to share with friends and who ever is interested : https://www.instagram.com/antStern/

Just about looking around for a new camera as well.. countless hours of research what to choose..

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I photograph UW kids, families, brides and fashion March through October - I only get to photograph marine critters on vacation a couple times a year. But my feed is here - and my UW specific hashtag is #charlotteunderwaterphotography

 

Instagram.com/reneestengelphotography

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Hello! My ig is https://www.instagram.com/xberges/

 

I mainly shoot in Dominican Republic in the Caribbean and when I get to travel abroad...

 

I really like it for looking at gear, exchanging ideas and general inspiration. I prefer to look at uw photos than selfies...

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I use this https://www.instagram.com/scubapixaustralia/

 

Having this account is a way to showcase different types images that I have shot using the range of gear that I sell.

 

Folks find it useful to have visual reference as we help them map out a system and target list.

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