Social media is a huge part of most businesses and photography is no exception. Although many of our skills our transferable, it’s sometimes hard to make the right, professional impact on social media. Here, we’ve put together 5 of our favourite social media helpers from Envato Elements so you can grow, and keep, your audience.
1. Social Media Pack — Photoshop Templates
A great all-rounder, Social Media Pack includes 20 clean and modern designs so you can achieve a consistent look across your social networks. The files are for Adobe Photoshop and includes 3 sizes for each template: Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.
2. Instagram Templates — Photoshop Templates
Instagram can be a tricky one for photographers: the pressure is on for photos to look great and compete with everyone, from lifestyle snappers to pro togs. These templates for Photoshop will help you stand out, particularly if you’re running a sale or promotion.
& White Social Media Designs — Photoshop Templates
Incredibly bold and stylish, these 24 banners for Photoshop are elegant and eye-catching. They’re perfect for all kinds of photography but particularly suit for those in lifestyle, fashion and travel.
If you just don’t have the time to create social media graphics yourself, try the Social Media Graphics Builder. Use different elements to create something that fits your brand, with countless combinations to choose from. There’s a handy social media ‘cheat sheet’ included, too!
We can be so fixated on banners and graphics that sometimes we forget the most obvious things, like icons! These social media icons are perfect for your blog, website, stationary or more. You can change the colour of the icons to suit your brand.
Each asset here is from Envato Elements, where you can download unlimited resources for a monthly subscription.
Tuts+ Tips for Social Photography
- Try to keep your social media on brand—so fans and clients can recognise you at a glance.
- When you’re using Instagram, think about how to tell a story with your images.
- Patreon helps you give back to your followers and potentially earn some money too.
- Upload images to social media at the right sizes. Facebook in particular can compress your photographs terribly.
- Try live video broadcasts to engage your audience and share exciting ‘behind the scenes’ details with them.
More Super Social Media Resources
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