First she surprised metro passengers by posing cheekily in a train car to make the perfect selfie, and now an internet-famous New Yorker is teaching people back what to do to take the right photo.
Jessica George became viral last week after a subway passenger filmed her in an attempt to get just the right selfie while she was on the train.
Now Jessica has unveiled her best selfie tips Inside Edition – especially for people who, like her, want to get a stunning shot while riding the subway.
Helpful Tips: Jessica George, a New Yorker who went viral for her photo shoot in the subway last week, shared her selfie tips
Everything in detail: she recommended putting the phone on a subway seat at a specific angle to make the person appear larger in the shot
Time to break: another tip was about paying attention to the angle of the head during the selfie
Finished product: her tips come after she went viral because she tried to get a shot at the subway earlier this month
& # 39; It must be a bit fast, & # 39; she advised Diane McInerney of Inside Edition while the two women put their phones on an empty metro line.
Jessica then showed how she could go to the floor and touch the phone without ruining the corner of the face.
& # 39; Press the button without moving your head, & # 39; the woman suggested, using her free hand to confuse her brunette locks.
She also made sure that the camera was set to a timer, so she had a few seconds to correct her pose before the photo was taken.
As soon as the two women were able to take photos close to the telephone, they then practiced a number of standing photos.
Jessica explained that during those recordings it was important to focus on the corner of the phone to get an ideal look with the body.
& # 39; You want to make a corner [the phone] so that you get the height, & # 39; Jessica advised and added: & # 39; So the illusion makes me bigger than I actually am. & # 39;
Caught: A video was posted on Twitter by fellow commuters Ben Yahr, who filmed Jessica while she placed her cell phone on a chair and then posed for him
Work it: During the video, Jessica worked her corners to get a photo while other metro passengers watched
Shook: & # 39; This woman who gives EVERYTHING to the selfie camera on the train SENDS me & # 39 ;, Ben wrote alongside the popular video
The selfie tips come after Jessica was filmed by fellow commuters Am Yahr, who then shared the video on Twitter.
& # 39; This woman who gives EVERYTHING to the selfie camera on the train Sends ME & # 39 ;, Ben wrote alongside the popular video, which has been viewed more than 9.2 million times since sharing on August 17.
People on the internet at the time had much praise for her confidence in the train car, with some shock she was able to shoot without being ashamed of the other passengers who were watching.
& # 39; Having the confidence to do this for others is powerful. I could never, & a person wrote.
Another asked: & # 39; Is this what it is like to have NO social anxiety? & # 39 ;, while one added: & # 39; I can't even watch the full video! The second-hand embarrassment is too much & # 39 ;.
When she spoke with Inside Edition, Jessica explained what led her to start her own photo shoot in the metro.
Grateful: Jessica later revealed her identity publicly after the video went viral, and she even shared some of the photos she took
& # 39; I got on the metro. It was empty, so I started doing my little shoot, & she explained.
& # 39; Then people went on and they didn't seem to bother, so I just kept going. I really had no idea someone was taking me. & # 39;
Jessica revealed her identity to the public after the video when she was viral by commenting on the post with the selfies she had captured from that moment.
& # 39; I am overwhelmed by the kind words expressed by everyone and I just want to THANK YOU, let's spread this positivity and keep raising each other up … oh and [shout out to] Ben for making my day , & # 39; Jessica wrote in her comment.
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