Clever Tips For Taking the Best Selfies Possible

Taking selfies and posting them online is one of the hottest trends of the moment. How many bad selfies have you seen?  Most probably there have been quite a few and for sure you wish to avoid having people talk about you because of the bad pictures you take. To make sure you won’t become one of those people, you should learn about some tips on taking selfies. It can be frustrating if you don’t like the way you look in any of your pictures.  Don’t worry! Changing a few things about how you take the picture can help you take more flattering photos of yourself.

Video: iPhone 7plus and Other smart phones.

1. Use your phone’s main camera (If you are not using a high end device). Though the rear-facing camera is more convenient for taking pictures of yourself, your smart phone’s main camera is likely a much higher quality, and will take better pictures.

2. Place a mirror in front of your camera. It is easier to see how you look a mirror, so if you place a mirror behind your camera or phone, you will be able to preview the picture you’re about to take more effectively. Be sure you’re not showing a fake smile!

3. Have someone take the picture for you. While this isn’t always possible, having someone take a picture for you is usually preferable. You’re more likely to be able to focus on what you’re doing and how you’re posing when you’re not worrying about holding the camera and pressing the shutter button too.

4. Ask a friend to take a photo for you. She may tease you about it, but she may also want you to take one of her.
If you are at an event or doing an activity, ask someone else there to take a picture of you (and your friends if you’re there with other people). Just be sure that the person is trustworthy so you don’t have your phone or camera stolen.

5. Put yourself in the CENTER of your selfies.

You might want to do this anyway for artistic intellects, but lenses tend to pervert the subject if they’re too far off to the side, so put your self in the center and shoot a bit from above. .

6. Turn on HDR if your subject is backlit (iPhone Users and High end devices).

7. Wait for the yellow-bellied boxes to seem around fronts(wait for it to turn green) before you shoot.

This just makes the lens is focused on the faces, and not other stuff in the foreground or background.

8. Turn the brightness down when you’re photographing the moon or sunlight in your photo.

Too much brightness when captivating a light object will wash out the rest of the photo.

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