If you’re just starting to dabble in photography, then any progress or cool experiment is worth posting on social media. Who knows who will appreciate it, motivate you to go on or even lend some useful advice? But every platform has its own quirks, including photo sizes. You will wreck the image by uploading it regardless of size requirements or you will spend minutes of your precious time resizing it in Photoshop. Either way, it won’t be at all productive. So, Landscape is here to help.
A social media management service called Sprout Social launched Landscape as a free Web tool that helps you get what you want with just a couple of clicks. It supports Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Linked In (who is sharing photos on Linked In?), Google+, Pinterest, Youtube and, of course, it can resize your pictures by considering custom dimensions.
You just have to upload your picture or drag and drop it to the spot, then choose the platform you’re going to post it on and let them do #todaysmagic. Easy, right?