How Soon Is Now?
Well that’s got The Smiths fans reading. Hello, both of you.*
What that slightly odd headline is nodding towards, in a painfully contorted way like Morrissey performing William, It Was Really Nothing, is that while a photo might be taken for quick social media use, bear in mind you may wish to use it later for other things.
So, what difference does it make if you approach the task with only Twitter or Facebook in mind? You might want to ask yourself if it matters there’s only half a person in the frame, or the resolution is poor.
Stop me if you’ve heard this one before, but your photos and your brand should work hand in glove across many media. The quality shouldn’t oscillate wildly from one media to another otherwise your message is going nowhere fast.
The point of photography is to communicate your message; get it wrong and the world won’t listen.
I hope this post has per suedehead you that such a little thing makes such a big difference.
*The more astute amongst you will have spotted a few familiar references and one rather painful pun.