Let’s Face It:Sharing Pictures

It’s a scientific fact that people love looking at pictures of other people - and of course, themselves.  According to the BusinessInsider.com, Pictures of a human face not only capture attention, but keep the attention on that part of the screen even when the picture goes away.  The latest research implies that there is a part of the brain that is focused on recognizing human faces, as well as interpreting the emotion that is on the human face. Fearful and angry faces get the most and quickest attention, but any face gets a lot of attention. The circuitry in the brain from this specialized spot is believe to go right to the amygdala, which processes emotions. So it is fast, since it doesn’t have to go through the normal route that most vision goes through (the cortex and conscious mind). This means that you are processing faces unconsciously.

The Whoopteam wants to see your pictures. We need to see your pictures. We MUST SEE YOUR PICTURES!  So take a look at these friendly tips from ehow.com , for getting the most out of your post:

  1. First, make sure you have the latest version of the Facebook for iPhone app installed on your iPhone. The original version did not include functionality for uploading photos, so if you have an old version, this could be why you can't figure out how to upload photos.


After opening the Facebook for iPhone app, tap the camera icon located at the top right of the screen (see image, left).

You'll be asked if you want to take a photo to upload or choose an existing photo already stored on your iPhone.

If you select 'Choose Existing Photo' you'll be taken to a listing of your stored photo albums where you can choose a photo to upload. Once you select a photo you'll have the chance to write a caption (or not), then tap the green 'Upload' button and the photo will be posted to your Facebook wall and automatically added to a 'Mobile Uploads' album on your Facebook 'Photos' tab.

If you select to take a photo now to upload, the camera function will be enabled and you can take (and retake) your photo then tap 'Use Photo.' From here you'll follow the same steps as above to add a caption and post the photo.

3 That's it. Now you can upload mobile photos to Facebook, no matter where you are, using your iPhone.

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