For best results, follow the suggestions below.
- JPEG (Recommended)
- GIF (only for project content, not project covers)
[.pdf, .psd, .tff, and .doc files aren't compatible.]
Images uploaded 1400px wide or less will be displayed at their native uploaded sizes, however we add 100px of padding to the left and right of these images to make projects look consistent. Images larger than 1400px wide will display at 1400px but can be expanded when they are clicked within a project.
We recommend uploading high-quality images up to 50mb per image, though we recommend keeping images under 10mb for optimal upload and viewing speeds. Slower network speeds (under 30mpbs upload or download) can cause images greater than 10mb to load slowly or fail during the upload process. If you're experiencing this issue, we recommend making the file size smaller and trying again. If you're experiencing issues uploading a Banner or Cover image, please check that your computer's clock is set to Automatic and try agian.
RGB vs. CMYK:
Because computer and mobile screens are RGB, any images in the CMYK color space must be converted to RGB. We do accept CMYK images, but we convert them in order to display them. As a result of this conversion, the colors in your images may appear different.
We do not accept PDF uploads. We recommend converting the pages of your PDF to an image file, in order to display on Behance.
We do support embedding from the PDF viewing site Scribd.com. You can create an account on Scribd, upload your PDF, and embed it within a Behance project.
Image Quality Tips
If you've uploaded a file and noticed a difference in quality, we recommend troubleshooting by:
- Reducing the file size to 1mb or below
- Converting the image to the opposite file type (JPEG/PNG)
- Check if your image is in the RGB or CMYK color space