Thanks for contacting us. We've received your submission. A Hong Kong Instagram star tragically plummeted to her death after she slipped while snapping a selfie at a waterfall. The shocking incident occurred after Sofia Cheung, 32, and three friends embarked on a trip to Ha Pak Lai park around 11 a. Saturday, the Sun reported.
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Selfies are often shared on social media , via social networking services such as Facebook , Twitter , Snapchat , and Instagram. They are often casual in nature or made to appear casual. A "Selfie" typically refers to self-portrait photos that are taken with the camera held at arm's length, as opposed to those taken by using a self-timer or remote. A selfie, however, may include multiple subjects however; as long as the photo is being taken by one of the subjects featured, it is considered a selfie.
Good tattoo selfies look crisp, clean, and the contrast is sharp. At the hands of the right person, they look awesome. Bad tattoo selfies, look, well, pretty awful—faded, distorted, and questionable in taste. Except bad tattoo selfies and bad tattoos have one major difference: bad tattoo selfies are way easier to fix. To help you take tattoo selfies that look as good as your actual tattoo, turn to the advice of Alice Snape, a writer and author of Tattoo Street Style. The same kind of mistakes my mum makes when she's trying to send me a selfie too close up, I can't see your face, mama or a picture of the gorgeous landscape she is looking at, mainly it's all blurry, out of focus, meaning you can't really tell what the hell it is. Or perhaps the tattoo is covered in shadows or it's a bit gloomy and dark, in the bad sort of way where you can't see anything rather than done intentionally as a style.
Get the latest news, reviews, and commentary delivered directly to your inbox. Become a Member ». Nine major internet companies, including Google, Microsoft, Apple, Yahoo! We are all being watched, and now we know it. Amidst all of this, there is a growing phenomenon of people — mostly young white girls and women — voluntarily offering up their bodies, their deeper thoughts and dreams, and most of all their faces selfies to the internet in a public way, free of charge and always ready to share.