With the help of the iPhone and Android camera panorama feature, you can take long photos and you can not share it on social media For example, if you post a panorama to Instagram from your camera roll, the majority of it gets chopped off due to its huge width-to-length ratio.
In the new update of Instagram, you can upload various photos in one post together.so If you crop a large panorama seamlessly, you can post the different segments as multiple photos and get a swipeable panorama.
It becomes very difficult when you edit such a photo in any software, I will tell you a simple app in which You can cut photos into up to 10 pieces.
How to Upload Full Panoramas to Instagram
There are so many applications in Apple and Android that you can do all this but you can not remove the watermark from that photo and also you can not select your photo, but to remove the watermark you need to watch a 30-second video ad. If you find a better app, please let us know in the comments.
All the apps work pretty much the same so I’m going to demo it with InSwipe for Android.
Download and install the application then open it. Tap the “Gallery” button (or “Import from Camera Roll,” or whatever button allows you to load an image into your app).
then, select the number of pieces you want the image cropped into. If the app is trying to add watermarks, remove them if you want to. In Swipable, just tap on the image a few times. In Unsquared, tap the “X” on the watermark, and then wait for the video to end.
Click “Continue” or “Done,” wait for the app to do its thing, and then save your image.
You can post this photos just like you post Normal photos. Open Instagram, create a new a post, tap the album icon, and then select the images you want to upload. Make sure to select them in the right order so that the panorama works.
Post the image, and you’re done. You’ve got a swipeable panorama for everyone to see.
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