Frequent question: How can I make my Facebook cover photo fit my desktop and mobile?

The secret is to make your image taller than the recommended 828 x 315 pixels or for mobile viewing 465pixels tall, to be exact. This gives you 75 extra pixels at the top and bottom which will be cropped on the desktop view. You can easily do this using a free tool we love – Canva by selecting “Use Custom Dimensions”.

Why do my cover photos look different on computer and phone?

BUT the problem is NOT the pixel dimensions!

Issues arise because each cover photo has a different shape on desktop vs. mobile. Cover photos have a wider aspect ratio on desktop. … Displays at 820 pixels wide by 312 pixels tall on your Page on computers and 640 pixels wide by 360 pixels tall on smartphones.

How can I make my Facebook cover photo fit?

To resize for Facebook, start by choosing a collage type. Then, in the editor, click Edit to select your photo. Next, click the Aspect tool and scroll until you find the Facebook cover size. When you’re done, export your photo to Facebook.

How do you change your cover photo on Facebook mobile?

To add or change your Page’s cover photo:

  1. Tap in the bottom right of Facebook.
  2. Tap Pages, then go to your Page.
  3. Tap Add Cover Photo or tap your current cover photo.
  4. Tap Edit Cover Area.
  5. Tap or .
  6. Select a photo from Page Photos or Camera Roll and tap Done.
  7. Tap to crop or reposition your photo and tap Save.
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What is the Facebook page cover photo size?

Your Page’s cover photo: Displays at 820 pixels wide by 312 pixels tall on your Page on computers and 640 pixels wide by 360 pixels tall on smartphones. Must be at least 400 pixels wide and 150 pixels tall. Loads fastest as an sRGB JPG file that’s 851 pixels wide, 315 pixels tall and less than 100 kilobytes.

Are iPhone photos RGB or CMYK?

But since they do, Apple DO use CMYK printers. Because no print process on this planet is based on RGB.

Why do photos look better on phone?

As a general rule, mobile phones are not able to capture higher-quality images than a DSLR. But many photographers believe their images taken on a mobile phone look better because the phone automatically adds contrast, saturation, skin softening, and background blur.

Why does my phone look so saturated?

Because smartphones are used outdoors

Bright ambient light tends to wash out colors, all other things being equal. If the color saturation were lower, images would appear duller and possibly even harder to recognize.

How do I make a picture small enough for Facebook?

When you upload a photo, Facebook shows you a thumbnail of the image. Roll the mouse pointer over the thumbnail and you’ll see a paintbrush icon with the caption, “Edit Photo.” Click the icon to bring up the Photo Editor. Slide the slider below your photo to enlarge or reduce it.