No need for a stick: 5 ways to take better selfies

Tired of blurry, badly framed, poorly lit selfies? Follow these tips.



CNET October 15, 2015
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Five ways to take better selfies (without the stick)
Tired of blurry, badly framed, poorly lit selfies? Follow these tips to improve the quality of your personal portraits. READ MORE »
Dan Graziano
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