Instagram is a fast and beautiful way to share the exciting visual elements with the world around. There’s a huge alcove of users who work in Instagram’s limited environment to upload their photos from their DSLRs. Many of them are still hunting down the best available options to create a high-quality Instagram feed. However, you can generate a high-quality Instagram feed using your cloud account and your iOS and Android devices.
Here are few simple steps to help you transfer pictures that are stored in your digital camera to Instagram app- Www.Office.com/setup
1. Transfer and pre-process the images
You can transport the photos in two simple steps-
Transfer the photographs from your camera to your PC using a card reader. You can also connect your digital camera directly to your PC or laptop. You can take the help of some photo organizing software such as Google’s Picasa to locate your images in a jiffy. This will not only save your time, but will also prevent mismanagement. However, if you’re shooting RAW files, then go for more advanced photo organizer software such as Adobe Lightroom. Www.AVG.com/retail
Before posting your photos on Instagram, edit your photos. For this, free tools such as Pixlr, Adobe Potoshop etc, can serve the purpose. Remember to crop the images with a 1:1 ratio, as images appear square on Instagram with a native size of 640×640 pixels.
2. Move your photos to your mobile device via Cloud service
You will need to set up a cloud account for this purpose. Go to your cloud account folder on your PC or laptop and create an ‘Instagram Photos’ folder over there. You can copy the desired photos in to this folder. Mcafee.com/activate
So, the next time you open the Instagram app, you can see every photo stored in your cloud account folder including the ‘Instagram Photos’.
In iOS, you’ll need to download the photos from your cloud account to use them with Instagram. All you have to do is to download photos by tapping the download icon in the bottom-right corner of your photo and saving it.
In Android (recent version) however, you just need to go to your ‘Instagram Photos’ folder on your cloud account and tap and hold on the photos you want to use. You can then hit on ‘Export’ from the menu that opens up. From there, you can save the photo to your SD card.
3. Post the photos to Instagram feed
You can now edit and post your photos to Instagram. The process is same for both iPhone and Android Instagram apps. Www.webroot.com/safe
All you have to do is to open Instagram and tap the ‘blue’ shutter button located in the centre of the bottom bar of the app. To its left, you’ll find a button to open and choose from the saved images on your device.
The button in the lower left of the app lets you use an already existing photo to post.
However, given below are the selection procedures in both Android and iOS-
In iOS, images are displayed in an ‘icon’ form, displaying thumbnail of the recently-clicked images in your camera roll. A single tap and the photos will get flashed at the bottom of your screen. Tap the photos you want to post and tap ‘Next’.
In Android (recent version), you’ll get the option of choosing the photo from any location, including your cloud account. However, if your cloud account icon is missing from there, then tap the cloud account icon to navigate to your Instagrm Photos folder and select the photos you want to share.
You can perform the editing on the selected photos using Instagram editing tools and filters. Finally, you can post the photos to your feed.
So, what are you waiting for? Capture and share the wonderful moments easily and transform them in to the works of art. Happy shooting!