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What Lets You See Your Real Self: Pictures or Mirrors?
Sometimes we look better in the mirror, other times we like ourselves more in pictures. Let’s try to figure out the secret \nYou might not realize it, but there is a psychological aspect that plays an important role in how you perceive your appearance, whether it’s in a photo or the mirror. We mostly look in the mirror at home when we feel our most relaxed. As for photographs, we usually end up in the frame while we’re on foreign turf, meaning that we can look more tense and unprepared. Another important aspect is the angle. You see, nobody’s face is purely symmetrical. Just try to find your perfect angles and work them every time your picture is being taken.\nWhite balance also influences our appearance in pictures. Every type of lighting has its own temperature, but when we look in the mirror, we don’t register this temperature diversity at all because of the way our brain works. The camera, unlike the brain, makes us see our features in objective lighting. \nPretty much every time we look in the mirror we focus on one thing and don’t analyze how our lips, nose, eyebrows, or shoulders work together to form our appearance. When we look at a photograph, we perceive everything at once and notice things that previously seemed insignificant. In a reflection, we always see an inverted version of ourselves, and that ultimately shapes our perception of what we look like.\nEven if you’re not the most photogenic person in the frame, don’t worry! Take some time to get to know yourself and your appearance, and you’ll always look your best in every shot.\n\nMusic: Amazement\nhttps://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/music\n\nTIMESTAMPS\nThe psychological aspect 0:30\nThe angle 1:34\nWhite balance 2:40\nFocusing on certain aspects of your appearance 3:33\nMirroring 4:26\nConclusion 4:50\n\nSUMMARY\n-We tend to look in the mirror the most when we’re at home, in an environment where we feel our freest and most relaxed. As for photographs, we all try to look good and want to get a perfect picture to share on social media.\n-Every morning, as you look in the mirror, you stand in the same spot, observing ourselves from a familiar perspective. When it comes to photographs, you don’t always get a warning about how, when, and from which direction the picture will be taken.\n-Your brain automatically evens out all the subtle differences and shows you the complexion you’re used to seeing. The camera, unlike the brain, doesn’t try and help us out here. It makes us see our features in objective lighting.\n-Pretty much every time you look in the mirror, you usually focus on some particular part of your reflection and don’t see the overall picture. When you look at a photograph, you perceive everything at once and notice things that previously seemed insignificant.\n-In a reflection, you always see an inverted version of yourself, and that ultimately shapes your perception of what you look like. Pictures, on the other hand, portray us the way we’re seen by others.\n-Only photographs can give us a more accurate image of ourselves. Don’t be afraid to take more pictures to see what angle or pose is the best for you and which of your features you should highlight.\n\nSubscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz\n\n—————————————————————————————-\nOur Social Media:\n\nFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/brightside/\nInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/brightgram/\n\n5-Minute Crafts Youtube: https://www.goo.gl/8JVmuC\n\n—————————————————————————————-\nFor more videos and articles visit:\nhttp://www.brightside.me/
Modelling The Coronavirus With Hannah Fry
Spencer talks to the Maths superstar about how maths has helped to model the Coronavirus pandemic. In 2018, Hannah was involved with a BBC programme which used volunteers’ smartphones to help track how people moved around the country.\nThis was then used to show how a flu pandemic might spread, and how handwashing would slow that spread and flatten the curve.\n\nHere she talks about how those models are made, and also about how different methods of easing the lockdowns may affect the crucial R number.\n\nSubscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1uNQEWR \nFind us online at www.bbc.com/click\nTwitter: @bbcclick \nFacebook: www.facebook.com/BBCClick
Caro Emerald – Stuck (Official Video)
From the album \”Deleted Scenes From The Cutting Room Floor\” https://spoti.fi/2mlEhaR\n\n\”One continental debutante who’d rather be in Saint-Tropez than hoping for the arrival of Santa Claus, dishes the dirt in her conversation du jour with that fast-talking playboy. And his endless promises that never seem to arrive on time. Don’t worry about your dinner, big boy… here come your just desserts.\”\n\nFollow Caro Emerald:\nhttp://www.instagram.com/caroemerald \nhttp://www.facebook.com/caroemeraldofficial\nhttp://www.twitter.com/caroemerald\nhttp://spoti.fi/2fe8wfM\nhttp://www.caroemerald.com/music\nhttp://www.caroemerald.com\n\nWritten by David Schreurs, Vincent Degiorgio. \nProduced by David Schreurs, Jan van Wieringen.\n(c) + (p) 2010 Grandmono Records
Imagine Dragons – Stuck (Music Video)
Imagine Dragons – Stuck\n\nTime goes by and still I’m stuck on you\nYeah, time goes by and still I’m stuck on you\nOoh, you, ooh\n\nI been afraid, don’t wanna fade out of my body\nI been astray, barely awake, floating above me\nCovered in red, what can I say? I’ve been a zombie\nI’m feeling like I’ve been locked in a grave\nYou were the laugh, you were the life, you were the party\nYou were the brave, I was the weak, you were the army\nYou were the faith, you were the truth, I was the sorry\nI’m feeling like you’ve been taking away\n\nYou were my one, you were my one\nWhen all has been said, all has been done\nYou were my one, you were my one\nNow I am left reaching above me, oh, oh\n\nTime goes by and still I’m stuck on you\nOoh, you, ooh (woah-oh)\nYeah, time goes by and still I’m stuck on you\nOoh, you, ooh\n\nWhy did you leave? Why did you go leaving me lonely?\nDidn’t you know you were the home, you were the only?\nWhere did you go? Where did you go? Where did you go?\nCome back to me\n\nYou were my one, you were my one\nWhen all has been said, all has been done\nYou were my one, you were my one\nNow I am left reaching above me, oh, oh\n\nTime goes by and still I’m stuck on you\nOoh, you, ooh (woah-oh)\nTime goes by and still I’m stuck on you\nOoh, you, ooh (woah-oh)\n\nTime goes by and still I’m stuck on you\nYeah, time goes by and still I’m stuck on you\nStuck on you, you, you\nOh, oh, oh, woah (woah-oh, woah, oh)\nOh, oh, oh\nAs time goes by, as time goes by\nWoah\n\nTime goes by and still I’m stuck on you\nOoh, you, ooh (woah-oh)\nTime goes by and still I’m stuck on you\nOoh, you, ooh (woah-oh)