If you want to improve your selfies, the place to go is the Center for Selfie Improvement. Thankfully, this isn't real, but this funny Dell commercial makes it seem so.
At the Center for Selfie Improvement, people are treated for having that awkward "permanent selfie arm," taught how to multitask and how to take the perfect selfie. The video is silly but it promotes the 'Learning Meets Doing' campaign from Dell and Intel. Instead of shipping yourself off to an improvement center, the two companies have compiled some practical tips for improving selfies on the Dell Tumblr page. This includes some worthy photography tips in general, like heeding the rule of thirds, as well as some mock tips that break down the process of taking a selfie into simple terms, including standing in front of a mirror and snapping a photo, then repeating "about ninety times."
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Segment: Females, 12-35
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