From Social @ GEMS

A Guide to Amazing Social Media Content

PHOTOS: They must be focused, good-quality pictures that are either square or rectangular with good light exposure. Light exposure must be balanced. There should not be too much sun, white glare, or blurriness. They must have context! A photo tells a story and should set the context of the activity/event/ accomplishment being communicated. This could be done by students faces, a student group shot, a student next to his/her project, a student with his/her award, or students doing a certain activity at an event. Make sure to share the original photos – not screenshots or compressed, saved versions. Ensure all…