the world has been changing faces from hanging pictures on the wall or saving snaps in order to cherish them to literally going down to just clicking the snap. Maybe “being in the moment” is just another caption to another story and not an essence of feeling. How about we try doing it sometime?
Abbreviated for No-Mobile-Phobia, Nomophobia is termed as the fear of losing touch of your smartphones and technological devices. Another explanation given is that maybe the lads are not dependent particularly on their smartphones but are trapped into Internet Addiction and smartphone being the easiest access to it, is overly used.
Shahrukh Khan in “My name is Khan” is suffering from Asperger’s Syndrome. Many famous personalities are facing the rational indifference of Asperger. This syndrome is named after Hans Asperger, an Austrian psychiatrist, and pediatrician. He gave the term “little professors” to all the children suffering from this disease.
We always think of getting good pictures, but when the camera turns on, a bit of a hesitation creeps in, our brain stops working on what to pose, how to smile and what to do with those hands! Ultimately all of this devoids us from getting a good picture and fills all our social media posts with the same old selfies. So, here are some tips on how to pose like a professional!