These are some of the different Instagram layout options I have considered from online bloggers and photographers on the social media platform.
Design One: SQUARES
Each photo, one square at a time. You don’t have to stress out about your whole layout as such, as long as you stick to the same filter and color combination, which won’t work for me as a photographer trying to show off my many different talents and skills within photography. I would want the freedom of expressing black and white imagery with also colour from studio to location.
Design Three: TILES
For this Instagram grid layout, use each square as a tile.The most popular way to use this layout is by sharing a photo, then a quote, then a photo, then a quote. It is an easy way to have a consistent Instagram feed. Super easy. Your followers will know exactly what you will post next. If you have just posted a photo. They are expecting a quote after. I do like the idea of having not necessarily quotes on my Instagram as I feel it can be quite cheesy to look at. But I do like the idea of having maybe a working title on the right alignment but then this only allows me to have two images placed in the middle and on the left.
This is another creative Instagram grid layout. It is very beautiful because it looks like you are reading a book or a magazine. Our eyes naturally go from left to right to read. Again, you can get very creative and tell a story. One row = one story. For example, if you are traveling somewhere you could use a line to write about your travel tips, your experience or the name of your destination. This design is the one I like the most. The same way we read a magazine we look from one side to the other setting up three images in a row and being able to see it is from the same spread or editorial without saying anything else.