Facebook is a haven for amateur and professional photographers. Seriously, there is no dearth of photography pages in the land of Facebook and to add to this we have our normal profile pages as well where users upload images and showcase them. However, photographers have always complained that Facebook ruins the experience as it would down-size the resolution of the uploaded images stripping them of all their intricate details – A complete no-no in photography circles. Also Read - Facebook smartwatch to feature cameras alongside fitness functions: Yes, detachable cameras!
Well, thankfully Facebook is now rectifying this issue as now it supports up to four times higher resolutions for images which it claims to be the highest possible resolution, a rather ambiguous term, but in reality users can upload images with resolutions up to 2048 pixels. Apart from enhancing the maximum resolution for photo uploads, Facebook is also adding a full screen viewer for viewing images and users of Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox will be able to see arrows on the top right hand corner to activate the feature. Also Read - What happens to your Facebook account after you die?Also Read - WhatsApp Multi-device support confirmed, public beta rollout begins in two months: Mark Zuckerberg