You’ll need to reboot the Facebook app to access the feature, so Force Quit it reopen the app. Next, choose to create a new post and tap the three dots to the right of that page to see all of your post options. Choose 3D Photo. Once you do, you’ll see that the Facebook app automatically opens to your Portrait photos.
How do I enable 3D photos on Facebook?
Make a Facebook 3D photo
- Launch the Facebook app and tap ‘What’s on your mind’.
- Scroll down and tap ‘3D photo’.
- Select a photo, then wait for it to be processed.
- Preview the 3D effect by moving your phone.
- Add text and any other content to your post, then tap ‘Post’.
See supported devices for 3D photos:
- Tap What’s on your mind? at the top of your News Feed. Tap Write something… in a group or Create a post on a Page.
- Tap Photo/Video.
- Select your photo and tap Done.
- Tap Make 3D in the top left of your photo.
- Tap Share or Post.
Why can I not see 3D photos on Facebook?
If you’re having trouble posting a 3D photo on Facebook from a mobile device, here are some things you can try. Make sure you’re using a supported device: If you’re not using a supported device, the option to create a 3D photo will not appear.
What is 3D picture on Facebook?
Facebook is upgrading its 3D photo capabilities, allowing users to create a 3D post out of any 2D image. … This system infers the 3D structure of any image, whether it is a new shot just taken on an Android or iOS device with a standard single camera, or a decades-old image recently uploaded to a phone or laptop.”
How do Facebook 3D Photos work?
In essence, 3D photo technology takes the subject in the foreground and measures it against whatever is in the background. This data is then used to create an accurate depth map and, when combined with Facebook’s custom software, gives photos movement and depth when you scroll past them in News Feed.
Can’t upload 360 photos Facebook?
How do I upload or edit 360 photos on Facebook?
- Open the Facebook app for iOS or Android.
- Tap Photo/Video at the top of your News Feed or timeline.
- Select your 360 photo.
- Select your audience, then tap Post.