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Facebook is a great way to share your latest artwork with your followers in real-time. Have you noticed that your images are not fitting on Facebook’s newsfeed? If you are having a difficult time fitting your images on Facebook you will have to create them with the Facebook’s image dimensions. This artist Facebook Page image size guide will help you showcase your art to your audience.
Facebook, as well as other social media sites, are changing daily. These dimensions are valid of December 2015.
Artist Facebook Page Image Size Guide
Your cover photo is the image that showcases your brand and logo. Take some time in designing this. As an artist, you will be able to be very creative.
Image size for the cover image is 851 pixels wide by 315 pixels high. Keep in mind that your profile image, the name of your page, interaction buttons and categories will cover some of the images. When you design your logo create it accordingly.
Facebook Cover Photo Update 2017
There have been some exciting changes with Facebook in 2017.
The first change was allowing users to create clickable cover photos. This new change allows Page owners to be more creative with their cover photo.
The next change was expected. Videos have become very popular online and Facebook is taking advantage of this. They are now allowing Page owners to create a video introduction for their cover photo.
Here are some detailed posts about these new and exciting changes:
Your profile image size is 160 pixels wide by 160 pixels high. If your image is too large you will be able to crop it to make it fit. You can also resize your image using PicMonkey a free online image editing site.
The News Feed image size is 1,200 pixels wide by 900 pixels high. You can add text to your image but Facebook only allows up to 20% of the text on an image.
What if your image does not fit the Facebook’s Newsfeed Dimensions?
There will be times that you will notice that the image of your artwork does not fit the dimensions. In a situation like this use a blank canvas in PicMonkey, sized at 1,200 pixels wide x 900 pixels high and add your image in the middle of the canvas.
When your followers see the image, they will be able to see the entire image of your artwork with a white background that will not distract your art.
Create Social Media Images with Canva
Canva is a free online site that makes creating images for social media a breeze.
They have up-to-date image dimensions for all of the most popular social media sites.
All you have to do is click on a template and start designing.
The image dimensions will be perfect for your artist Facebook page or any other social media site you are creating an image for.
Canva does not have all of the functions that Adobe Photoshop has but it does have everything you will need to make beautiful images for your social media sites.
Facebook and other social media networks are great tools to build brand awareness and promote your artwork.
Take a few extra minutes to make sure your images properly reflect your brand.
Refer back to this artist Facebook Page image size guide to make sure your images fit properly on your Facebook Page.
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- 12 Facebook Page Apps for your Art Business
- Why Professional Quality Images are a Must for Art Websites
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