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Constance Hall, a 32-year-old artist from Perth, shared her selfies which were taken few seconds apart on Saturday with her Facebook friends. She claimed that there are certain factors such as filters, camera positioning and posture which contribute in making pictures perfect.
Several ladies commented on her Facebook post with similar comparison pictures and supported her. When you will observe these pictures, you'll notice a remarkable change in both the selfies taken seconds apart. These unbelievable pictures prove that photography is all about correct positioning of the camera.
Scroll down for the amusing comparison pictures and reasons behind the remarkable difference between them.
Images via Facebook
Recently, the famous Mummy blogger Constance Hall shared two selfies taken seconds apart on social media. She just wanted to depict the difference between angles in her picture. Mummy blogger's post was followed by the selfie comparisons of hundreds of women in the comments.
She wrote: 'This little body has served me well and gone through some tough times, but it survived, thrived even. A sense of humor and acceptance can get you through anything. The best thing though, my wonderful husband loves every soft, squidgy inch of me and has done for 28 years.'
Sufficient lightening and camera positioning play a key role in capturing perfect images.
Sharon Sparkl was leaning over her phone while sending a text but phone accidentally dropped on her side table. She explained: 'I did just this a few weeks ago!' One woman wrote, adding that she realized the difference while leaning over her phone sending a text. Leaning over, everything drooped and sagged and I saw every disgusting bit of it in the mirror. Then I laid down and took another photo. The difference was incredible. I'm now convinced that all the skin care "before" and "after" shots are done similarly.'
She wrote: 'Angle, Filters, Glasses or Contacts. It all makes a massive difference, lol. I use this method every time. I usually wear natural look makeup because I have shitty teen skin at 31."
She wrote: 'Yup, all about the angles as you can plainly see.'
She just experimented with the angle of her camera in these two snaps clicked seconds apart.
This lady's triple chin got completely vanished in her second click taken within few seconds after the first click.
She wrote: 'Taken 10 seconds apart, just for my queens!!!'
Instead of changing camera position, this lady changed her top and facial expressions for the second click.
She laid down completely for her first click while slightly straightened herself for the second picture.
All the commentators agreed to Constance Hall's point. Do you feel the same about your selfies?
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