Facebook launches 3D Photos for iPhone Portrait mode images

Remigio Civitarese
Ottobre 12, 2018

Facebook is rolling out a new feature which will allow users to view and post 3D photos on the social media platform. Viewable both in the News Feed and with virtual reality headsets, 3D photos bring a scene to life by adding the facets of depth and movement.

What is a Facebook 3D Photo?

The post also recommends you to keep main subject 3 or 4 feet away to make it "pop".

How to view a Facebook 3D Photo?

Capturing the photos requires you to have dual-lens camera, specifically an iPhone with Portrait mode.

Facebook will show you a preview of what the image will look like that you can check out before you actually share it.

Once done, users on the desktop, mobile or those experiencing Facebook in VR through Oculus Go's browser or Firefox on Oculus Rift, will be able to click and drag or move their head to see the photo's depth. On your news feed, you can scroll, pan and tilt to see the photos in 3D.

All you need to create is a new Facebook post through the official Facebook app, tap on the three dots for more options, and choose the 3D Photo option. The feature would be available to everyone in the coming weeks. Users would have choices to adjust and experiment with creating multiple layers, contrasting colours and textures in order to create photos in 3D. You are all set to create a Facebook 3D Photo.

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