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  1. 1. The evolution of the #SelfiePhoto by: www.allvoice.com
  2. 2. Self-portraits date back to when humans would carvetheir images on cave walls.Photo by: www.studyblue.com
  3. 3. The earliest self-portraits were less focused onnarcissism, and more about the desire to capture amoment in life.Photo by: tumblr.com
  4. 4. …due largely to digital cameras and the internet.Self-portraits have evolved tremendously since Rembrandt and Van Gogh …Photo by: blog.lafraise.com
  5. 5. Taking selfies and posting them on social media might not be asvain as it seems.Its more about seeking reassurance and making statements aboutourselves.
  6. 6. Selfies can beconsidered atonce, tooPERFECT…and tooSELF-CONSCIOUS.
  7. 7. The act of sharing a #selfie on social networks is embraced by people of all agesand all social statuses.
  8. 8. Recently in Complex magazine, Rihanna was photographedtaking a photo of herself.
  9. 9. The difference between a self portrait and a selfie is represented inthe response each photo receives.
  10. 10. There are very few people who are completely confident. Itspeople looking for their friends to confirm they look good.
  11. 11. The selfie is narcissiticbut only in the sense itsshowing something ofyourself. “I look reallygood ….everyoneshould see how good Ilook.”
  12. 12. Instagram has become increasingly more popular.The ability to manipulate photos very easily does play a role in people’swillingness to publish personal photos.
  13. 13. Natural self-portraitshave been over takenby duck faces, peacesigns and dirty mirrors.
  14. 14. Self-image is important and not always in a narcissistic way. It’show we define ourselves and present for others to see.
  15. 15. We rely on others perceptions, judgements, andappraisals to develop our social self.
  16. 16. The selfie is a way to receive an immediate responseon how we look.
  17. 17. The “looking glass self”is a psychologicalconcept that suggestswe develop our senseof self based on theperceptions of those weinteract with.
  18. 18. Studies have shown that thecomments on your facebook profilepicture strongly affect your level ofperceived physical, social andprofessional attractiveness.
  19. 19. What happened to disposablecameras that were used to capturemoments with friends and family?
  20. 20. The camera has turned into an interactive mirror thatanswers the question, “am I the fairest of them all?”

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