Social Media 2.Oh how I wish this had a more clever title. Ryan Hill BSA Marketing Team. Nathan Johnson BSA Public Relations. Social Media Guidelines. A Quick Review of the BSA Social Media Guidelines. Keeping it Positive. Digital Community Contract
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For all events, take multiple photos
Make sure you have multiple angles of events
Consider the elements of the photo carefully – are all safety regulations being followed? Are uniforms correct? How is the lighting? How is the framing?
Think about how the photo will appear on a laptop screen or a mobile phone screen.
Screengrab a photo from a video.
Get some type of photo-editing software
Crop, crop, crop
Scale the Photo to fit Facebook optimum sizing (currently 403x403 for a normal post and 843x403 for highlighted post)