Prioritize planned content over spontaneous content
When you take spontaneous photos and post them right at the moment of shooting, you can miss out on details that will negatively affect not only the post itself but the entire account as a whole. Don’t you think that’s kind of unappealing when you scroll down your feed and see some blurred odd post? It’s boring and sometimes even annoying.
Take photos, but don’t post them until you’re sure they fit in. In your free time, you will be able to evaluate and process the pictures you have taken. Get a post scheduler where you will upload publications and indicate the time when they should be published. This will save you the hassle of posting.
Remove everything from the frame and correctly arrange the pieces
When there are extraneous items in the shot, it demonstrates a lack of professionalism. A lovely photograph with socks drying on a radiator in the backdrop will elicit conflicting feelings and unwanted comments. Remove anything that isn’t essential from the frame. Take one photograph and examine it carefully. Consider what may be eliminated and what can be adjusted to improve the photo’s appearance. If you can’t relocate a lot of undesired things in the frame, try altering the angle.
Take plenty of photos – choose the best later
Even professional photographers take several shots to select the best one from them later. This is how masterpieces are born. Do not neglect this rule and do not be lazy to take 5-10 shots of the same type.
Never use the camera through the Instagram app, otherwise, you will impose a one-trip limit on yourself. Use the device’s main camera to be able to take many pictures at once.