Photo quality

Social media is great, you can post photos direct from your phone to your profiles while you are still at the event. It is quick and easy. But that doesn’t mean you should post low quality images. Sure, people shouldn’t be expecting award winning photos. But there is a minimum standard. The image posted by Colin King is no where near that standard.


When the image is of such low quality that it is difficult, or impossible, to tell who the person in it is, then it shouldn’t go anywhere near social media.


Some tips for photos:

– make sure the lens of your phone camera is clean and clear.

– do some research on basic composition rules.

– don’t post over or under exposed images.

– make sure there is no motion blur, either from the subject or the camera moving.

If you aren’t sure about a photo, ask someone before posting it.