Facebook and other social media are great places to communicate and post fun pictures. One warning I well give people though is what a smartphone photograph can do. As the lens on a smartphone is of fixed setting, it does not render faces as well as a traditional digital camera. The wider the angle of the lens, the wider the faces can look, giving one the appearance of a fuller face. When people see their faces on social media posting they at times are concerned with a facial appearance that actually does not exist in the real world, and it prompts them to seek cosmetic surgery. Now don’t get me wrong, cosmetic surgery can be a wonderful thing but getting surgery so you look better on social media when in real life you look fine is not a good option. Below is an interesting article about the subject. I suggest a quick reading of it but before you decide to have cosmetic surgery, please look at yourself in picture taken with a regular camera an not a smartphone.

To read the article click here.

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