facebook has changed over the years the requirements to shows a photo at its best quality possibly. What is the current best export configuration to avoid o diminished the compression. I'd tried several times but always with mediocre results. Dimished brightness and sharpness, opaque colors, etc. I always use jpeg at 960 pixels on the large side. Thanks in advance.
Checked. I had visited tons of those kind of sites with current instructions to get the best results over the years, but not always were true. lots of tutorials on youtube, etc. Maybe people are too acustomiced to check social media only with a cell phone, son good photo quality is not an issue to the vast mayority. But mayority, with no visual training, wont set the rules about what is good quality. Yes agreed, facebook is not a good place for photographers. Instagram is even worse. Flickr has better results but the comunnity is not connected with particular scenes that I working in.