Instagram Photoshop Hack PSD Template Download [Template]

I’m sure you have seen it somewhere on Instagram. Your scrolling your feed or notifications and you find someone’s profile that has some pretty cool pictures. You check out the rest of their photos and find an extremely large image about nine times the size of regular Instagram uploads. You think to yourself, “how did they do that?”

It’s not a difficult trick to master and can easily be done with the appropriate tools. To start off, you will need to download this free Instagram Photoshop hack psd template. It’s free and safe to download. This template will show you how to slice the individual images and prepare them to be uploaded to your Instagram account.

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Click to enlarge It is best to use a high resolution picture for this trick. Your image should be at least 1836×1836 pixels in size.

Upload the pictures in the following order: bottom-right, bottom-middle, bottom-left, middle-right, middle-middle, middle-left, upper-right, upper-middle and finally upper-left.

By following this layout, you’ll produce a larger than normal picture that will slice together when someone views all of your pictures from the box layout.

It is also important to note that when upload all these images, your followers may be confused because the independent images won’t come out clear.

To remedy this issue, I have found the easiest solution is to copy and paste the same description in each image so that when your followers view it, they will know to check your full profile and see the larger image.

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This will notify your followers and users who view you single shots to look at all your shots to be able to see the sliced images come together. Like I said, it’s a perfect way of highlighting an important image or picture and will leave your followers in awe. Go ahead and try it for yourself.

If you have any questions, or trouble with this Photoshop hack psd template download, please leave a comment below.

EDIT: I have come across a mobile application that takes care of this and it’s called InstaBanners.

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