We all have those moments wherein we don’t feel content with the selfies that we take. Our problems include bad lighting, getting blurred photos, or one of your friends unintentionally disrupts the photo. The list goes on and on until we lose phone memory.
More often than not, though, good selfies can happen either by chance or when you have the right tools like the ASUS Zenfone Selfie phones. If you feel our sentiment, we have a formula of what we need-slash-want to perfect each photo.
Sometimes our photos need a little tweak so they’ll look brighter or if you want to add filters to them. It’s also a balancing act of making it look natural and not too cartoonish. For this, you can use the SelfieMaster app which allows you to beautify your photos, videos, and even your livestreams.
Taking photos in low light is tricky, and setting your camera to night mode won’t work just as well. So having a softlight LED flash for your front and back camera will come in handy.
No need to worry about blurry and grainy photos. The SelfieMaster technology will ensure that you get high-definition selfies with just one click.
Isn’t it hassle when one of your friends can’t fit in the frame? Good thing the ASUS Zenfone Selfie series has a wide-angle front camera to make sure that you capture everyone in your group.
Once you’ve taken your selfies, (or “wefies”) it’s almost mandatory to share it on social media. Thanks to the points above, choosing a good photo won’t be a hassle anymore. You can also add hashtags to give the photo/s more traction. Aside from #OOTD and #friendshipgoals, you can also use #4theSmile. For each photo with that hashtag, ASUS Philippines will donate to sponsor Operation Smile Foundation’s medical missions. Post a good photo and do it for a good cause—a great combo, don’t you think?
Photos courtesy of ASUS Philippines
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