When I’m uploading any pic directly from the photo app of my iPad, the photo is not getting uploaded in its true resolution. The photos are getting compressed and I can find pixels with very little zoom. Why is this happening and how to fix this?
Check the (iOS) settings for the camera app, because on default it only uploads full resolution images on Wifi. Just select Always and you'll be fine!
While uploading your pics to Facebook, check the 'High Quality' button on the uploading page.
The Facebook Camera app will allow you to upload photos in higher resolution. Most other apps (incl. the offical facebook app) will convert the photo to low res before uploading.
So just use the Photos app and share the photo(s) to your Facebook account directly from there.
I have mentioned that I have been using the photo/camera app to upload the photos.
When I upload them with my ipad they're ok. Maybe you have the problem putting the pic of the cover, there, facebook app autoadjust the pic to fit it in the place and it can look even pixelated xD
Try PhotoFresh app
Sorry Susandeep, I want the default photo app to do the work as it did earlier.. I don't wanna rely on apps to upload photos. Plz find something more
Although,I don't use iPad,could you try to use indirect way of photo upload -
Upload photos to a cloud service and sync it with Facebook.
If the photos get uploaded in high quality in cloud service server,then you could be sure that Facebook is doing the compression work.
After searching,I found that people saw that pictures uploaded via Facebook app is of lower quality as compared to iPhoto.
Regular photos 720 px, 960 px, 2048 px
Cover photos 851 px by 315 px
The 5mp resolution is being converted to 720px photo... Got no help from you link.. Can you please find me some other..
For better quality photos, check the High Quality box when you create an album
perhaps if you contact them they can help you
I'm having trouble uploading photos from my iPhone/iPad on iOS 6.
HELP - Facebook and iOS 6 photo uploads - RESOLUTION ISSUE
Check the size of the photo. We recommend the photo does not exceed 15MB