The consumption and creation of online multimedia content has changed in many ways since the advent of smartphones. One of the trends in recent years, which some users like while others don’t, is taking and posting photos and videos. In the so-called vertical position, that is, in the vertical position. Most social networks already routinely work with and directly rely on this format, but there are also exceptions. For example, Instagram, which is also likely to give up completely.
The social network built on visual content, which started with images cut into a square, currently uses portrait-orientated Stories or Reels, but the staple of all Instagram, regular photos, is this. Display “long” height is not supported. When registering, the user is limited to an aspect ratio of 4: 5. However, in a recent interview, the head of one of the most popular networks in the world confirmed that the test of photos published with an aspect ratio of 9:16, which is demanded by many, is on the verge of start up. If this change is desired, the new format should remain.
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