Posting Photos From Your Computer To Instagram

July 31, 2014 PhotographyTutorials  One comment

OK….who wants to post from their computer to instagram???

My friend and I have been trying to figure out how to do this…easily. I just ran across the app latergram the other day and it’s (as far as I know) the easiest way to post photos from your computer. (I use the iphone, not sure if it’s available for other phones)

So what I did was I downloaded the app and logged in, then went to the website for on my pc and logged in. I uploaded and scheduled a TON of photos to post. Now, what I can do is open the app, pick ANY photo I scheduled (even if I scheduled it for a week from now) and post it right away.

So basically, on the app (after you’ve uploaded to the website) you’ll have a huge library of your images and can just pick and choose and upload as you want.

Now, they are ‘scheduled’ so you’ll get push notices on your phone reminding you that you have a photo scheduled to post but it’s not a big deal…post whenever you want by opening the app. Find your photo and just swipe it to post (the app will run you through a tutorial).

Just takes a little time to sit down at your computer and square crop and resize your images (I do 612 pixels by 612 pixels) and add your logo/watermark to them, then upload to the website and add your description and hashtags…but if you’ve got the time, sit down and a do a ton of them so that later on you can just open your app and post whatever you want whenever you want.



Here’s an example of one of my images I posted using latergram on Instagram…


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One comment to Posting Photos From Your Computer To Instagram

  • Rosa AUSTRALIA  says:

    Thank you so much Heather for this wonderful informative information! I am downloading the app latergram as I’m writing this and have already logged on to the website via the pc. Fun times! Bless you ♥

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