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Best Tools To Create A More Curated Instagram Feed

Katie Allred

In search of the best tools to help you curate your church’s Instagram feed? Worry less! We have a taken our Church Communicators’ top suggestion for you.

Here are what most communicators use for their Church Instragram feed:

For Creating Graphics

Canva

Canva is a simplified graphic-design tool website. It uses a drag-and-drop format and provides access to over a million photographs, vectors, graphics, and fonts. Also, it can be used by non-designers easily as well as professionals. The tools allow you to produce both web and print media design and graphics.

“Canva is my go-to for Instagram feed graphics.” – Victoria Greenwald

Adobe Spark Post

Adobe Spark is an integrated suite of media creation applications for the mobile and web developed by Adobe Systems. It comprises three separate design apps: Spark Page, Spark Post, and Spark Video.

“Adobe spark. You can make templates for future events.” – Matthew Howden

For Editing Photos

VSCO

VSCO is a photography mobile app for iOS and Android devices. The VSCO app allows users to capture photos in the app and edit them, using preset filters and editing tools. Use powerful presets and editing tools on mobile to make beautiful photos and videos.

“VSCOX is great for editing images, even taken on your phone! It’s only $20 a month but worth it! Try out free VSCO first.” – Sarah Fox

Adobe Lightroom

Cloud-Based Photo Service to Edit, Organize, Store & Share Photos from Anywhere. Adobe Lightroom has both desktop software and mobile app version and all your progress can be stored and synced. With easy to use sliders, presets, and quick adjustment tools, the intuitive Lightroom interface makes it simple to create photos that look just the way you want.

“A camera and lightroom.” – Spencer Heaton

 

All of the above as recommended by church communicators allow you to do everything in multiple devices. And these are definitely user-friendly and easy to understand by anyone. Have a try at it!

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