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

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