Uploading a Single Photo to Facebook
Although most people post albums on Facebook, you don’t have to post a group of pictures. If you have just one great photo you want to share with your Facebook friends, posting it is a snap. To get started, follow these steps:
Click Add Photo in the Publisher on your Home page or Profile.
This opens the Photo options.
Click Upload a Photo or Video.
The Publisher expands to show a Choose File or Browse button.
Click Choose File or Browse.
The exact wording may depend on your browser and operating system. This opens a window that allows you to browse your computer’s hard drive and select the photo you want.
Click the photo you want to share and click Open or Choose
This brings you back to Facebook. There should be a filename of some sort next to the Choose File button.
Click in the Say Something about This Photo box.
Type an explanation if you think it is necessary.
(Optional) Click the Privacy menu to select who can see this photo.
If you’ve never changed your privacy settings, by default, everyone on Facebook can see this photo if they navigate to your Profile. Most people usually like sharing photos with Friends of Friends, but if it’s something kind of personal, you can share it with friends, only. Of course, you can always choose a custom group of people who can and cannot see the photo.
This officially posts the photo to Facebook and creates a picture that people can see in your Profile and in their News Feeds (provided that they are allowed by your privacy settings to see the photo). By default, this photo is added to an album called Wall Photos, which is basically a collection of all the photos you’ve ever added individually.