Video Cover Images Come To Facebook Pages

July 20, 2017  •  Leave a Comment

Matthew Couper Photography Landscape Photography Video Used In Promotion On Facebook.Landscape photographs from Matthew Couper Photography taken in the Peak District of England with contact details and the company's logo.

Facebook recently has allowed Pages to have a video cover image.  

This is great news for visual artists such as myself!

It allows me to take my exciting landscape photography and showcase it to visitors and fans of my page.  In the coming weeks I will be producing a portrait video for the cover image to showcase my lifestyle family photography.

I produced the video using images from my landscape portfolio, my logo and some text overlays.  My editing program was iMovie.  

Click through to see the video on Facebook and if you haven't liked my page yet, it would be the perfect opportunity to do so!

The videos look amazing on mobile and tablet.  Be sure to select HD when viewing on a desktop or laptop computer to experience the best quality video and audio.  You can do this by hovering of the 'cog' that appears when you hover over the bottom right of the video.  Checking the HD box will ensure you are able to optimise your viewing experience.

Exciting news!  If you haven't heard yet, Matthew Couper Photography will be shortly revealing a brand new product line featuring our exciting Peak District focused landscape photography.  Four luxurious monochrome images have been specially selected for this new range and we're super pumped for you to see them!  Details will be coming soon about a launch video appearing on Facebook and we will officially launch with a Facebook Live video to announce the release.

Whether you live in the Peak District, are a tourist or just a causal visitor, this product range will offer something for everyone.

We'd love to know what you think about our little video.  Do you find it interesting and engaging?  Would you like to know more?  You can explore our website to see more of our work and even visit our Print Shop to buy something. 

Of course there is no substitute for getting out there to see and experience the wonder of the Peak District (or your local) yourself, but if you can't or it's too cold or too wet or just not possible, then let us transport your there through our landscape photography.


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