Selfie is basically referred to self portrait photographs normally taken by Smart phone or digital camera. Most widely use of these Selfie is to share on your social sites like Tubmlr, Instagram and Facebook. It was stated that the figure of Selfie will be exceeded from 238 billion this year, which roughly account as 33 Selfies per person. With the advancement in technology and emergence of social media, the concept of theses self portrait photographs get a boom. In the year of 2012 Time magazine ranked “Selfie” as one of the top ten buzzword in that year. Surveys also revealed that almost in all nations the practice of Selfie is quite common despite of the fact of your status, race and age. 2013 survey proposed two third of Australian women ranging between 18 – 35 age group take selfies by using Smart phone or Digital camera, and the most common purpose of this is to update them on social sites more likely Facebook.
In the year of 2013 the word Selfie got such much boom that it had become common place enough from inclusion in online Oxford Dictionary. By the end of 2013 the word Selfie ranked as being the word of the year by Oxford Dictionary.
FACT: Women Post more Photographs then Men
According to the report conducted in University of Iowa and Ohio University, revealed that more deep and frequent look at the impact of the body image could make women in secure about their physical appearance. 881 females of college level were surveyed before presenting this report.
Report further suggest that spending more time on social sites while looking friend’s picture could make you insecure. One another astonishing result of the study revealed that friend’s picture can be more influential then celebrity photo shot, especially for women.
Selfies Gone Wrong
Some time while taking Selfie we often capture unwanted background, or some risked their life in capturing the perfect selfies. Below here, we have discussed some Selfies Gone Wrong such that our can learn from other people’s mistake and keep your Selfie perfect.
Be Aware of Squirrel
A young boy capture a Selfie with a Squirrel, but the lightning flash and click sound from his Smart phone scared the Squirrel. This scary Squirrel went nuts and jump to the boy’s back. Taken by Genest’s mother, the picture below in which the Squirrel climbs beneath the boy’s shirt is the best of example of Selfies Gone Wrong.
But the good thing with this Selfie is that both the Squirrel and Genest were UN harmed. Genest’s mother captures the picture of boy with the Squirrel on his back and posted to his instagram with the Selfie that he has taken. She does this in order to teach the small boy a lesson. All in all, this is what we call “selfies gone wrong”.