5 tips for taking selfies

Taking selfies is fun. For those who have yet to master the perfect way to take selfies, here are five easy tips to take selfies using your new ABS-CBNmobile phone kit with O+ USA 360 Extreme smartphone:
Image source: Medical Daily

  1. Smile like Piolo Pascual and give that Mister Pogi selfie! Show off your pearly whites and charm everyone with your eyes. With O+ 360 Extreme’s 13 megapixels rear camera, you can capture that perfect signature Piolo Pascual smile.
  2. Do the “Sige Lang Ng Sige” tactic and shoot multiple selfies to capture that perfect angle. With the O+ 360 touch technology, each selfie snap is easier. Using the 360 icon at the back of the phone, it’s so easy to take photos! Just hold to snap and catch that picture-perfect angle.
  3. Do the “Peace Tayo” and do away with the camera timer. With O+ 360 Extreme, you can just do a peace sign and click! Wacky selfie in an instant!
  4. For that “Fresh Eyes” look, close your eyes… open them and hold to snap! You’ll be surprised at how fresh you look in the photo.
  5. Do the “Snap and Share” to let your friends see that awesome selfie! There’s no better way to tell whether you took a good selfie than posting it online and sharing it with your buddies! With your new ABS-CBNmobile phone kit with O+ 360 Extreme, you get free 45mb worth of internet load every week for a whole month!

This latest offering from ABS-CBNmobile and O+ USA is what all selfie addicts need! To learn more about ABS-CBNmobile and O+ 360 Extreme and their exciting partnership, visit www.abs-cbnmobile.com. (PR)

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