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Take a good look and both these selfies, if you think the picture on the left looks more proportionate and attractive, then get ready because today, I'm going to reveal what tip that will make you look super attractive and your facial features will appear more proportionate and photogenic in pictures that are shot on phones stay with me till the end, because there is a bonus tip that you make yourself is even more powerful, get ready to take phone selfies so good that they look like they're shot by a professional welcome to blush with me.
So in this video I'm going to share one basic observation that I have made about phone photography.
This is so simple and the change is so significant.
Then you would be surprised that you did not know this one and I have not seen anyone talk about it either a lot of time when someone wants to take a close-up selfie.
This is where your hand usually is your goal is to just keep yourself in the picture you want to avoid background.
And you may think that you will get sharper images by holding the phone closer to you, whatever the reason be you want to take a close-up picture.
So of course, you think of holding the phone closer to your face, but holding the camera far from your face is something that you think of when you want to take a wide picture, maybe of your outfit, or when you want to take a picture with multiple friends, or when you want to fit more people in one picture.
The trick here is to pull the phone camera away from your face and take a wide shot when the camera is away from your face.
The lens does not distort your facial features.
But take a good look at both these images in one, my whole face shape is distorted it's, much wider on top.
And and it narrows on my chin, the eyes are kind of squinting while looking into the camera lens, which is really close to your face.
Think of it if your finger is far from your face.
And you look versus when it comes closer to your eyes, your eyes squint.
That is what happens to your eyes when you bring the camera very close to you your eyes, don't look, very attractive.
They start squinting.
And then, of course, my nose looks much bigger because it is the closest to the lens.
So this is the thumb rule in photography, any feature of you even a body part, whatever is closest to the camera will always look the biggest.
And when your nose comes so close to the lens, and the lens is distorting your features.
It makes your nose appear.
The biggest now take a look at the other image here are my face, looks a lot more symmetrical and proportionate between my forehead and chin and more realistic.
Now, this is close to what I look like in real life - the acne spots that I've deleted.
My eyes are not struggling and squinting - look in the lens.
So my eyeballs have the right distance between them.
And of course, my nose looks much smaller and more proportionate to my face.
So this is how simple and smart this self.
Photography trick is that's, not it get ready for the bonus tip that I had mentioned right in the beginning of this video.
So it is very common to use the front-facing camera lens to take selfies, because you can see yourself, but the resolution on these pictures will never be as good as the rear facing camera.
If you have seen my this video, you will know how to find your angles that work for your face.
And once you know what angles work for you, it is easier for you to pose even with the rear camera.
So don't be afraid to use the rear camera stretch your hand out and take a wide shot of yourself this way you will get a more proportionate wide and really sharp pictures of yourself that you can now drop to a closer and edit to add any kind of effect that you want create the desired result that you choose to I make my own life in presets that makes editing really easy for me.
Just with one click, I can add these presets to create any kind of filter effect or mood that I want to add to my image.
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Lens distortion: Yup, you can totally blame it on the camera. This happens with cheaper cameras or lower-quality cameras on old smartphones. A selfie captures your face in 2D, but in reality, you're a 3D person. When you translate that into a selfie, your picture is going to look flatter than usual.Why do I look good but bad in pictures? ›
Perception and the Mirror Image Effect
One of the primary reasons we feel like we look worse in photos is because we're used to seeing ourselves in the mirror. This reversed image of ourselves is how we've come to recognise our appearance, and when we see a photograph, the differences can be jarring.
Selfies sometimes look strange to their subjects because of how we see ourselves in the mirror, how we perceive our own attractiveness, and the technical details of how we take them on camera phones. Whether or not a selfie is reversed after being shot is a major factor.Why do I look worse in selfies than in the mirror? ›
Specifically, science of the brain. We are used to identifying with our faces as they would appear in a mirror, but when we take a selfie, the camera captures our faces as strangers would see us from head on rather than we would see ourselves in a reflection.Are selfies how others see you? ›
More often than not, we are used to viewing our faces as it would appear in a mirror, however, selfies tend to show us something else since they capture a still image of our faces as others see it, rather than how we would see it in a reflection.Why do I look bad in pictures but not in real life? ›
“According to the mere-exposure effect, when your slight facial asymmetries are left unflipped by the camera, you see an unappealing, alien version of yourself,” Wired explained. In other words, the camera version is like an unfamiliar portrait of ourselves that we neither recognize nor care to.How can I see my true image? ›
Hold two hand mirrors in front of you with their edges touching and a right angle between them like the two covers of a book when you're reading. With a little adjustment you can get a complete reflection of your face as others see it. Wink with your right eye. The person in the mirror winks his or her right eye.Do we look more attractive in the mirror or in real life? ›
This is because the reflection you see every day in the mirror is the one you perceive to be original and hence a better-looking version of yourself. So, when you look at a photo of yourself, your face seems to be the wrong way as it is reversed than how you are used to seeing it.Do you look the same in selfies as in real life? ›
One major factor is that photos generally show us the reverse of what we see in the mirror. When you take a photo of yourself using some (but not all) apps or the front-facing camera on an iPhone, the resulting image captures your face as others see it. The same is true for non-phone cameras.How can I look better in selfies? ›
- Use natural light. Ideally, you should steer clear of computer screens, bright bulbs or any other kinds of harsh lighting. ...
- Face the light. ...
- Avoid ugly shadows. ...
- Look up at the camera. ...
- Turn to the side. ...
- Try a selfie stick. ...
- Use the camera on the back of your phone. ...
- Don't forget your flash.
- Know your best facial angle.
- Employ pro face-lift tricks.
- Try out poses in front of a full-length mirror.
- Keep changing your pose between shots.
- Stay photo conscious.
- Act a little.
However getting to the question, it is technically very possible for a person to have an attractive face but not be photogenic. The problem is that the camera captures the face in 2D as opposed to our 3D vision. As the face appears to be flat, details like chin and nose are flattened on the face.Why some people are not photogenic? ›
Many people complain that they do not photograph well. In the present study, we hypothesised that the self-face is memorized more beautifully than reality, which may result in reports of being not photogenic.Is it normal to look better in person than in pictures? ›
Because of the proximity of your face to the camera, the lens can distort certain features, making them look larger than they are in real life. Pictures also only provide a 2-D version of ourselves.Do you look the same in person as you do on a camera? ›
Because of the proximity of your face to the camera, the lens can distort certain features, making them look larger than they are in real life. Pictures also only provide a 2-D version of ourselves.How do others see my face? ›
The image you see in the mirror is inverted. Other people see you the way you appear in a photograph, not the way you appear in the mirror. Going to the core of the question, the face people see is familiar to them as much as the reverse face you see is familiar to you. But they are reversed.Do I look like the mirror or camera? ›
There is no definitive answer to this question, as everyone perceives themselves differently. However, so far we've found that people generally perceive themselves as looking more like themselves in photographs than in mirrors.Why do I only look good in the mirror? ›
This is because the reflection you see every day in the mirror is the one you perceive to be original and hence a better-looking version of yourself. So, when you look at a photo of yourself, your face seems to be the wrong way as it is reversed than how you are used to seeing it.Is front camera or back camera accurate? ›
In general, the back camera (also known as the rear-facing camera) is considered to be more accurate for faces compared to the front camera (also known as the front-facing or selfie camera).Why does my skin look bad in selfies? ›
Don't worry, that's almost common knowledge - the sharpness and some light effects on the phone front camera can make acne scars look grainier or something if you hold it close, it will even exaggerate any lines or shades. Holding it at an arms length will reduce this “exaggerated crappiness” (TM).
From there, it's as simple as the fact that the front and back cameras of a phone have different focal lengths, which make your face look different. Hope this provides an explanation, but more importantly keep your chin up.Is selfie or back camera more accurate? ›
the pictures taken by the back one often shows my eyes are proportionally smaller. Also the front camera seems to produce completely dark pictures when the lighting isn't good, while the back camera can still produce clearer pictures.Which is more accurate mirror or photo? ›
Mirrors produce more accurate images than photos because they merely reflect the object and reverse it. There's no quality alteration in a mirror image like there is with a camera, which is affected by angles, lenses, camera quality, distortion, and more.