7 Instagram Story Photo Hacks

These Instagram story hacks will save you time and make you the best storyteller in town with no pun intended.

  1. Create “progressions” posts that build on an image for Instagram Story photo hacking

Build the drama over multiple story posts by adding new elements to the same keyframe. Oooh, the tension!

How it goes:

  1. Create a story post as usual with videos, photos, text, stickers or drawings
  2. Before uploading, click the save icon (a downward pointing arrow above a line) at the top to download your composition to your camera roll (if you added gifs or music it will be saved as a video).
  3. Upload your story by clicking the Send To button in the lower right corner
  4. Next, start a new story
  5. Select Create, go to your camera roll and select the first story you saved
  6. Now you can seamlessly build on that first story with additional elements
  7. Save this new creation to your camera roll and upload it
  8. Repeat if necessary
  9. Create an “insightful” story series

2. Uncover a mysterious picture with the help of the eraser. This next hack includes skills from Tricks 3 and 7 above. Hope you did your homework because this is absolutely a test.

How it goes:

  1. Add an image in create mode
  2. Now fill the screen with color (see trick 3!)
  3. Choose the Eraser Tool
  4. Erase a bit of the paint layer to reveal a small strip of your image underneath
  5. Click the Save button to download this to your camera roll. However, don’t upload them yet
  6. Cover more images by further erasing the color layer and clicking the save button at different stages to capture the reveal step by step
  7. When you’ve collected all of these images, start a new story post and upload the first image
  8. Publish the next saved images one at a time so that followers can see that the image is gradually being exposed
  9. Compose a story with multiple pictures

3. The more pictures, the better! Use the insert tool to throw as many photos as you want into a story. Who would dare to stop you ?!

How it goes:

  1. Open your camera roll and select a photo
  2. Tap the share icon and click Copy Photo
  3. In the Instagram app, click in a text box and select Paste
  4. Repeat to stack the images
  5. Hide hashtags and @mentions

4. Preserve your aesthetic vision by moving unlit hashtags or tags out of sight. It’s the digital equivalent of hiding your power cords behind your mid-century modern desk Architectural Digest comes a knock.

How it goes:

Method 1

  1. Enter your hashtags and mentions
  2. Press the sticker button and select your camera roll
  3. Add a picture from your camera roll that will be placed over your hashtags to cover them up
  4. Resize your picture to fill the screen: the hashtags are technically readable for Instagram, but human eyes cannot see them!

Method 2

  1. If you’re starting to create a post with an image, add a text box at the top and enter your hashtags and mentions
  2. With the text box active, click the rainbow wheel at the top of the screen
  3. Touch the pipette icon
  4. Tap anywhere on the photo to change and paste the text to the same color
  5. If necessary, change the size of the text field
  6. Express yourself with even more fonts

5. The standard Instagram story fonts are just the tip of the typographic iceberg.

If the in-app typewriter or Comic Sans-Knockoff lettering doesn’t do it for you, you can find something a little more exciting to paste.

How it goes:

  1. Visit the Instagram Fonts Generator website on desktop or mobile
  2. Type your message and press Enter to see your font options
  3. Copy and paste the message into the Instagram Story text box

Pro tip: If you have a branded font, add your text directly to an image using Photoshop, Over, or another photo editing app, and upload it to Stories from there.

  1. Overlay text to add a shadow effect for Instagram story photo hacks

Try this text for duplicate text.

How it goes:

  1. Enter your text, select them all, and copy them
  2. Start a new text field and paste this text
  3. With the text still selected, click the rainbow wheel at the top and choose a different color
  4. Easily move this text and place it under the original text so that it looks like a shadow effect

7. Change the text alignment in seconds

Use your Tinder skills here: a quick swipe of the text spices things up and in no time moves them left, right or back to the center.

How it goes: As you type, swipe left or right to realign them.

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