Digital technology exacerbates image issues that a lot of us already have.
And if you're plugged into the digital space like myself, you're probably around a smartphone or webcam every day.
But I do understand how so many of us get to this point.
Plastic surgery is obviously the most extreme response to fixing the "flaws." And I'm just not there.
So, I set out see if could I cure my Facebook Effect by simply learning my angles.
I conveniently — and unintentionally — wore a pretty bold dress today, so this was interesting to see on camera. Sit up Straight Make sure your total upper body — not just your face — is visible in the camera area. I have often found that looking down at the camera often makes your face seem wider.
To provide you with some comfort, keep in mind the caller on the other side only sees you from the waist up. Place the camera on a surface that's directly in line with your forehead.