Your nose may appear in selfies up to 30% higher than it actually is, according to a study. This usually happens when the phone's camera is too close to the front. It is the lens that distorts objects too close, according to the study published in JAMA Facial Plastic Surgery.
Selfie has become an important part of the lives of many people. According to a survey conducted by the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons, 55% of esthetic doctors had clients who asked for operations to make them look better in selfies
Fortunately, you can look better in these images without buying a very expensive phone or without getting on the operating table. It all depends on the distance you hold the phone and the angle, according to the authors of the study.
For portrait mode, the best results are obtained when the camera is within 150 centimeters of subject. However, with the smartphones made with the smartphones, it's hard to respect the rule, so try to make them from as long as possible. If you have short hands, you can call a selfie stick or use a mini-tripod and the Timer function in the camera application.
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According to photographer Rafi Letzer, the lenses included in the phones tend to distort the objects at the edge of their field of view. That's why when you make a selfie, keep in mind the following steps: stretch your phone's hand as far as you can (or use a selfie stick), make sure your face is right in the middle of the frame, and the distances from your forehead to lens and chin to lens to be equal.