A step-by-step guide from the celebs on taking a picture-perfect selfie or selca
Text & Photos: Joanna Goh
Video: Teng Siew Eng
There’s no end in sight for the selfie craze: MP Baey Yam Keng (over)indulges in it; PM Lee Hisen Long does it; and even Papa Francis is on to this trend as well.
What used to be known as a form of narcissism for bloggers, camwhores and celebrities is now a way of life today thanks to a whole gamut of camera apps and social networking sites such as Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. And most ordinary folk (like me and you) are guilty of this too – be it capturing a modest shot of our trendy #OOTD (outfit of the day), flaunting a new hair colour or a self-gratuitous post-workout picture after our sweaty faces after spending 30mins on the treadmill.
When it comes to selfies, no one does it better than celebrity folks who have spent hours honing their camera-readiness (and angles) from magazine photo shoots and editorial spreads. We have put together a step-by-step manual featuring little tricks and tools used by these celebs. Read on to find out their secrets to looking good in selfies.