Photo by Brennan King, animation by Vjeran Pavic / The Verge
It’s already been a few years since Instagram allowed you to post multiple photos simultaneously in a single post. This small change enabled a lot of creative options. One of my favorites is creating seamless panoramas by simply slicing your photo in two — like this one.
If you want to take advantage of this neat little hack, here’s a quick, simple tutorial on how you can pull it off.
Before you start, you’ll need two things: Adobe Photoshop (or another pixel-based photo editor that lets you work with layers) and an elementary understanding of Instagram’s requirements for sizing photos.
First, about the sizing: no matter which photo you upload, Instagram will automatically resize and compress your images. For example, square photos…tech, The Verge, The Verge - All Posts