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Instagram will test tall photos soon to see if they work better with full-screen reels. | Digit

Even though the controversial overhaul of the photo and video sharing platform Instagram has been halted, the firm has no intentions of shifting its attention away from full-screen content. Adam Mosseri, Instagram’s CEO, revealed that the company would begin testing ultra-tall 9:16 photographs “within a week or two” during this week’s Ask Me Anything session. “On Instagram, you may upload videos of any length, but photographs must be square or vertical. According to Mosseri, “so maybe we believed we should treat them equally.”

In its current iteration, Instagram crops vertical photographs to around a 4:5 aspect ratio before displaying them. However, supporting narrow and tall 9:16 photographs would allow them to span the whole screen as you browse through the app’s feed. CEO Adam Mosseri Confirmed that Instagram would try out this new feature during their weekly “Ask Me Anything” session.

Recent events resulted in Instagram rolling back its TikTok-like look.

The Instagram revamp that was meant to seem like TikTok was met with backlash from photographers since it displayed all photographs in an odd 9:16 format. We have improved the readability of the text by adding overlay gradients at the bottom of new feed entries. However, this went against the authentic spirit of the photographer’s work.

Mosseri often remarked that the full-screen experience was less than optimal for viewing photographs during the testing phase of Instagram’s initial overhaul with users. Instagram wants to continue highlighting that ultra-tall picture experience, but they don’t want to force it on users everywhere.

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