At this stage we're all experts at taking photos that fit perfectly in the Instagram square, but forget everything you know because it's all about to change.
The folks behind the photo-sharing app have finally decided to make portrait and landscape photos a possibility, so now you can post that #OOTD mirror selfie without loads of manky white space on either side.
So it's goodbye to this:
And hello to this, the first ever portrait post, shared today by Instagram's Head of Fashion Partnerships Eva Chen:
The feature has only just launched, so you'll need to update your Instagram manually if your phone has yet to do so automatically.
"It turns out that nearly one in five photos or videos people post aren’t in the square format, and we know that it hasn’t been easy to share this type of content on Instagram," the company said in a new blog post today.
"Now, when choosing a photo or video, you can tap the format icon to adjust the orientation to portrait or landscape instead of square. Once you share the photo, the full-sized version of it will appear to all of your followers in feed in a beautiful, natural way. To keep the clean feel of your profile grid, your post will appear there as a center-cropped square."
We're already excited for the possibilities… just look at this gorge landscape shot:
For more portrait and landscape shots as they are posted, you can search #thinkoutsidethesquare on Instagram.