How to Upload 3D Photo on Facebook

To create a 3D photo: Tap What's on your mind? at the top of your Feed or tap Write something... in a group. Tap Photo/Video. Select your photo and tap Done. Tap Make 3D at the top of your photo. Add any text you'd like, then tap Post.

Have you ever come across a 3D photo on Facebook and wondered how it was done? If so, you’re in luck because we’re about to show you how it’s done.

Firstly, it’s important to note that this can only be done on an iPhone that has portrait mode, such as the 7 plus, 8 plus, or one of the 10 series that has portrait mode. This is because it needs depth mapping.

To enable this feature on the Facebook app for iOS, follow these steps:

1. Open up the Facebook app and go to the search bar.

2. Search for “Facebook 360” and like the page.

3. Close the Facebook app completely.

4. Reopen the Facebook app and go to a post.

5. Scroll down and you’ll see the option for a 3D photo.

6. Pick a photo and create your 3D photo.

When the photo is moving, it will be able to shift the background around to create a 3D effect. Note that if you have your album set to something other than “portraits,” you’ll need to change it to create a 3D photo.

Overall, creating 3D photos on Facebook is a fun and unique way to add some visual interest to your posts.


Why can't I post 3d pictures on Facebook?
Make sure you're only sharing one photo: If you try to share more than one photo in your post, the option to create a 3D photo will not appear. Restart or update your app: Make sure you've downloaded the most recent version of the Facebook app.
Does Facebook still have 3d photos?
Everyone on Facebook can already view 3D photos in their news feeds with the Facebook mobile app or with Oculus VR headsets. But only iPhone users can create and share 3D photos on Facebook.
What is Facebook 3d photo?
Facebook users can begin utilizing this new feature by updating their app and looking for the '3D photo' option that appears when creating a new post. Simply tap on '3D photo' then select an image from your camera roll. Facebook will then generate a 3D simulated image.