- Photo Share
We ❤️ Photos
And would love to see yours! The Butterfly Photo Station is the first in a series of new photo stations that Playcraft Systems will offer to inspire imaginative play days at your favorite playground. It’s a new way to capture and share those memories with family and friends. Learn how you can share your fun photos with us.
Have fun with it!
Position yourself in front of the wings. Smile or make a silly face. Snap a few photos and then mix it up with different poses. Check your results, make your edits, and add a filter if you desire. Come up with a caption for the moment and play with some emojis. Don’t forget to use the hashtag #CraftYourWings before posting to your social media sites.
Upload from Photos to Social Media
Open the Photos app and select the photo(s) you would like to share. Tap the share icon. Swipe right to left to view the options available. Find the social media icons. Choose where you would like to upload your photo. In addition to posting them to your social media, share with family and friends through email or messaging.
Post from Facebook
From your News Feed tap on Photo (on Android, you must tap the Status box at the top of the News Feed before you tap on Photo). Select the photos to upload and tap Done. This will create a post draft with your attached photo(s). Choose who you want to see the post, tap Friends, Friends of Friends or Public. Edit the photo and say something about it. Check-in at your local playground and include the hashtag #CraftYourWings. Then tap Post.
Post from Instagram
Tap on the + icon at the bottom of your screen. Select a photo from your library or take one in the app by clicking on the camera icon. Once you have a photo you will be able to crop the image and can select an optional filter. You can also edit the specification of the image. Then get creative with a caption. Use the hashtag #CraftYourWings. Then tag your friends and add your favorite playground location. Finally, you can post to your other connected social media sites by toggling the button from left to right.