How to Step Your Selfie Game Up
Every day, more than 1 million selfies are taken. Some of which are far better than others. If you want to step your selfie game up, here are a few tips to help you and your digital camera shoot some selfies.
All About the Angles.
First off, you need to work the right angles. Hold your camera either out in front, slightly tilted down, or up above you. That way, when your digital camera shoots, you’ll have your good side showing, and your face will appear slim. Never below — your digital camera shoots should never come from below — as this will make you look like monster, without fail.
Go Forth and Selfie.
It’s fine to take selfies at home and at work, but don’t only take selfies at home and at work. The whole point is to show off how fun and cool you can be. The next time you’re out with your friends at the park, or at the bar, or somewhere cool, have an impromptu digital camera shoot with them.
Invest in Your Selfies.
Your digital camera shoots some pretty good selfies probably, but chances are they could be a lot better if you had some cool photoshop software. However, online digital camera stores sell such software for hundreds of dollars. Luckily, there are both free and cheap apps that you can use to edit your photos to make them almost professional looking. While it’s not as good as what the pros use, Afterlight is a pretty good app that costs about $2, and comes loaded with a ton of filters and powerful tools you can use to edit your selfies.
If you need to step your selfie game up, work different angles, go out to a new spot to shoot, and edit your photos. You’ll get a lot more likes on social media if you do.
If you have any questions about taking better selfies, feel free to share in the comments.