Now that you can post multiple photos at a time on Instagram, people are starting to enjoy this feature. If you crop a large panorama seamlessly, you can publish the different segments as multiple photos and get an editable panorama.
The resulting image looks like this. By swiping left and right, you can see the entire image.
While you can create your own panorama with any image editor, it takes a little time to get there. The easiest way is to use a dedicated application for this purpose. There are a few there and, just warning, most of them are not great.
The best application I've found is InSwipe for Android . You can cut photos up to 10 pieces and the application does not add watermark.
On iOS, your choice is more difficult. Swipeable makes it easy to remove the app's watermark on your image, but the app does not allow you to control the number of pieces in each panorama. Unquared allows you to control the number of pieces, but to remove the watermark, you need to watch a 30-second video ad. If you find a better app, please let us know in the comments.
All apps work pretty much the same way, so I'm going to demo with InSwipe for Android.
Download the application you are going to use and open it. Press the "Gallery" button (or "Import from Filmstrip" or any other button that allows you to load an image into your application).
If you can, select the number of pieces in which you want to trim the image. If the application tries to add watermarks, delete them if you wish. In Swipable, just tap on the image several times. In No Square, tap the "X" on the watermark, and wait for the end of the video.
Click "Continue" or "Done", wait for the application to do its job, and then save your image.
Viewing the panorama is just like posting a group of photos on Instagram . Open Instagram, create a new post, tap the album icon, and then select the images you want to download. Be sure to select them in the correct order for the panorama to work.
Post the picture, and you're done. You have a panorama that everyone can browse.