Free Simple Tips for a Cohesive Feed Ebook


Free Simple Tips for a Cohesive Feed Ebook

You see that other creative's Instagram feed and you can't help but feel a pang of jealousy;

"How do they always get their feed to look so good?" 

I know that feeling because I've been there too. And no, it doesn't help to hear people keep saying the same thing of "all you have to do is keep your feed consistent." Consistency is key, right? At least that's what people keep saying. But it's hard to keep a cohesive feed and it takes a lot of work, and it's even harder when you feel totally lost as to where to start. Because how do you track and plan consistency anyway? Let me tell ya, it' ain't easy.

I've studied sequencing images into a series for a few years now, looking at various aspects that create cohesion, and learning how to organize photos beautifully and easily. There are a few things that I've found that will time and time again, consistently help in organizing photographs into cohesive, seamless, and compelling feeds. The four major themes that I look for when organizing photos are Temperature, Luminance, Saturation, and Negative Space. 

If you're still feeling a little lost, go ahead and download the free ebook that I made for you. In the ebook I'll teach you what those terms mean, how they play into the consistency of your feed, show you examples of how they're put to use, and give you a sweet little editing tip that most people don't know. Sign up with your email to gain access below!

Simple tips for a cohesive feed ebook, free guide for Instagram feed cohesion

Katharine Hannah

Katharine’s work has graced the walls of institutions such as The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, The Harold Washington Library of Chicago, and local galleries such as Dreambox Gallery, Siragus Gallery and Blick Art Materials. She has also been featured on websites such as the Huffington Post, Phlearn, Fstoppers, Tigress Magazine for Girls, Bitchtopia, and Golden Boy Press.

In addition to photography, Katharine has been a mentor and educator in the arts since 2013. She has worked with students in various organizations and projects over the last two years, including Hive Chicago’s PROjectUS initiative and Digital Youth Network’s Digital Diva’s and Chicago City of Learning programs.