How To Bring Out The Full Quality of Your Image on Facebook

How To Bring Out The Full Quality of Your Image Post on Facebook

by Jumair Macabago

Facebook is very hard to understand.

You might have uploaded some pictures that are high quality image but the results of its quality after uploading it on Facebook is disappointing...

It becomes a little blur.. am I right? Notice that, the other color of your image is a little bit blur on Facebook after uploading it?

Especially if the picture has letters in it...

You are very sure that the image is very high quality but when you upload it on Facebook it becomes low quality or a little bit blur.

The reason why it happens is because you have uploaded an image that's not fit in Facebook guidelines image dimensions.

Facebook automatically re-size and format your photos when you add them to Facebook. To help make sure your photos appear in the highest possible quality, try these tips:

  • Resize your photo to one of the following supported sizes:
Regular photos: 720px, 960px, 2048px (width)
Cover photos: 851px by 315px
  • If you use a 2048px photo, make sure to select the High Quality option when you upload it
  • To avoid compression when you upload your cover photo, make sure the file size is less than 100KB
  • Save your image as a JPEG with an sRGB color profile

I regularly used size 960px by 720px for my photos that I'm going to upload and post on Facebook.

So if you have an image that are exceeding the said width and height that photos should have, to bring out its full quality...

Try re-sizing it using this website: SuperResize.Me

You can just go to the said website above and re-size your image.

That's one of the tools I've been using ever since... Select the photos that you would like to re-size and then select the 960 x 720.

How To Bring Out The Full Quality of Your Image on FacebookAnd note that you have to select the "Stretch/Squeeze" option over the "Crop" option before you click the "Add to list" button.

How To Bring Out The Full Quality of Your Image on Facebook

So that your photos will not get cropped. You can select what format you want but I recommend to just stay it as it is...

Then, you are good to go... just fill the step 3 verification, for the website to ensure that you are a real person and not a robot.

How To Bring Out The Full Quality of Your Image on Facebook

Another tips: After the upload of resizing, attachment will show up in order for you to download it but you don't have to download it.

Just click the second button below of it and you will be redirected in a new window to the image you just resized.

How To Bring Out The Full Quality of Your Image on Facebook

You can just right click there and save the image. Then go back to the window above then click the schedule for deletion below of it, if you want your file not to be save on the website server... (Optional)

That's it! upload your image that you just resized on Facebook and the quality you wanted to see will be the quality of its result after uploading... :-)

Follow Facebook guidelines, BRING OUT YOUR PHOTOS HIGH QUALITY!

Let me know what you think.. if there is any tips to add to this list.

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Did this help you? If so, I would greatly appreciate it if you commented below and shared on Facebook

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  • January 27, 2016

    Thanks for sharing this online tool. Looks like a good tool, since the sizes are already fitted to what we really need for FB posting. Yes, we can resize our photos using Windows Picture Manager, but this one is better since fitted to what we need for Facebook (960×720).

    • January 30, 2016

      welcome Gomer!… enjoy testing it especially if you are also posting Quotes on your Fan Page if you have one.. 🙂

  • Jeff Beeman
    January 29, 2016

    WOW … Never realized this was an issue but for business purposes it is important. Thank you for the info!

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