How to take mirror selfies

 

Oh yes, we discuss all the Big Important Issues here at Kimba Likes.  If we are living in a social media world, then I am a social media girl!  It’s all about how to take mirror selfies.  Obviously a slow news day in our household.

A few simple tricks and tips to take a full length mirror selfie, if you’re not lucky enough to have paparazzi handy (mine has to go to school most days), or if you can’t figure out how to use your tripod properly (guilty as charged).

 

Now you know how to take mirror selfies.  Easy peasy lemon squeezy!  Are you a mad selfie taker like me?

 

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  • Alicia-OneMotherHen - 21 July 2013 - 10.42 pm

    Thanks for the tips. You have no idea how many times I have scrapped the selfie, because it looks wrong!ReplyCancel

    • Kim-Marie Williams - 22 August 2013 - 7.32 am

      Unfortunately, it has taken a lot of practice. That’s deeply shallow but hey, I own that! 😉ReplyCancel

  • Crafty Mummy - 16 July 2013 - 8.27 pm

    I need to practice. Sigh. But love this guide!ReplyCancel

  • Lisa Mckenzie - 8 July 2013 - 5.02 pm

    Great tips,I prefer a mirror selfie over a turn the camera around to face you ,they never turn out for me!ReplyCancel

    • Kim-Marie Williams - 22 August 2013 - 7.33 am

      I’m so used to taking selfies now that I find it hard if someone else takes a pic of me because it’s never the same!ReplyCancel

  • bbeingcool - 8 July 2013 - 2.37 pm

    Great tips! I do hate being in photos – and I bet it SHOWS!!

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    • Kim-Marie Williams - 22 August 2013 - 7.34 am

      Nope, it really doesn’t. You’re obvs more of a natural than you give yourself credit for! xReplyCancel

  • Kelly @ Kiwi Womens Style - 4 July 2013 - 11.12 am

    I love this Kimba – I’m desperate to figure how to do this. Duh – why not just move my full length mirror to a better spot! Hurrah for loads more photos now 🙂ReplyCancel

    • Kim-Marie Williams - 4 July 2013 - 11.37 am

      I’ve tried doing that before but my cheval mirror is too narrow and too tilted, so it made me look very out of proportion. Loving my thrifted wooden mirror! The hardest spot is actually finding a tidy enough spot so that the reflections don’t look too bad! We don’t have enough room in the house for that, but I just love my little tropage garden. My balcony is a good spot too xxReplyCancel

  • Janet from Redland City Living - 4 July 2013 - 9.41 am

    I just need a full length mirror now! (Miss 16 has one on her wall in her room but usually there is so much stuff in her floor-drobe I can barely get in the room, let alone snap a selfie …)ReplyCancel

    • Kim-Marie Williams - 4 July 2013 - 11.34 am

      I’ve been stalking the local opshops. Picked up this little baby for a tenner! I store it against the wall next to the fish tank and it actually looks quite nice there, as it reflects our little fishy friends! xReplyCancel

  • Rachel from Redcliffe Style - 4 July 2013 - 8.17 am

    Great tips and look at the camera in the mirror 🙂ReplyCancel

    • Kim-Marie Williams - 4 July 2013 - 11.36 am

      Yup, if you’re doing a close up, for beauty shots, that’s a great tip. Reverse the camera and use it as your “mirror” so you get a great closeup shot without the camera in the shot. I just keep seeing all these mirror selfies for outfit shots where I can’t see people’s faces. It’s not going to save the world but if I see my smiley faces in my daily IG feed, then I’ll be happier! 🙂ReplyCancel

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