Making FB images sharp

by bigmaz
16 replies
Hi guys

Having trouble making my images sharp on FB, is there any good guides that people recomend using? There are lots online, but just wondering if anyone has a technique they use? Or if there are any optimizers that exist that I can put a high quality image in and it optimizes for FB?

#images #making #sharp
  • Profile picture of the author Nett
    Use Adobe Photoshop, or if you want a free one you can try
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    • Profile picture of the author bigmaz
      Originally Posted by Nett View Post

      Use Adobe Photoshop, or if you want a free one you can try Photo editor online - edit image
      I do have a raster editor and vector software and create my images. I know that bit. But I was asking about optimizing the images so they are sharp in FB. They use massive compression
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      • Profile picture of the author Ducane
        I think Picasa is the best tool for simple image editing
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  • Profile picture of the author bigmaz
    Lol. This gonna turn into a "recomendation s for image editors" thread. Itsvnot what I was asking for. Altho while on the subject, I use GIMP for image editing, and Inkscape for vector. Both are free and powerful. Inkscape is a free alt to Illustratpr
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  • Profile picture of the author Nittish Sharma
    Perfect image sharp image editior tools Pixler and
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  • Profile picture of the author Royalrevenue
    onlineimageeditor is good.
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  • Profile picture of the author bigmaz
    Sorry, but I am not looking for recomendations for image editors...........
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  • Profile picture of the author Magicalidea
    Try to upload HD photos and tell us result. I think there is problem with your photos resolution
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  • Profile picture of the author hostdare
    PicMonkey is a web app good for fun photo editing with Instagram-like filters
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  • Profile picture of the author Jeffery Moss
    How many pixels are the images you are trying to upload? I'm just thinking that maybe you are trying to upload images which are too small and they will only look pixelated as they are enlarged to fit the space.
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  • Profile picture of the author Samuel Adams
    Upload images in high resolution and they will always be sharp.

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    • Profile picture of the author PaulSolid
      it depends on the software you use to design your image. photoshop is good one. if you know how to use it, it can be a very good help for you
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  • Profile picture of the author andy001
    The cautious photographer is always conscious of what's happening to their images when they're being shared online — whether they're being resized, recompressed or otherwise modified from the original. Social networks like Facebook and Twitter all treat their images differently,

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    • Profile picture of the author koolphoto
      When an image doesn't display sharply from a website, that is because of the way the image was processed. It usually means an image of lower resolution is made bigger. For the internet you only need to use a dpi of 72 because that is the screen resolution of a monitor.

      But to make the image/photo sharp you need to have the image size equal the display size. Or it can be a little larger. Too large and you will have a slower loading image because there is more to download to the monitor. Having the right sized image is important.

      If the image is going to be displayed at 4 inches by 5 inches then you need your image to be at least 4 inches by 5 inches. If it is 2 inches by 3 inches it might not appear as sharp. A 1 by 2 inch image probably will appear soft and pixalated. So having the right sized image is important.

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  • Profile picture of the author Missouri31
    I've noticed that when I upload a jpg, it can be fairly blurry at times.
    However, when I upload a png file, it's always clear.
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  • Profile picture of the author ASG1123
    Yeah, high resolution PNG images always work fine.
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