Kirsten Dunst stars in a short film based on how celebrities are approached in a selfie culture world.
The film gives an alternative perspective on how a celebrity feels when approached by a fan. It also portrays how the relationship between fans and their idols have evolved, mainly due to social media.
The film shows the lack of interest in communicating with the star, yet eager to pose for selfies and post them online. Kinda makes you feel sorry for poor Dunst.
Check out the film below!! (& remember to take care of your celebrities people!)
ASPIRATIONAL from Matthew Frost on Vimeo.
Every time you blink, three people around the world have taken a selfie. (I made that up, just go with it).
Getting the perfect selfie can be a struggle. How many times do you have to take 40 snaps to delete them all ? From the lighting, to the angle, to the filter you pick, taking a selfie is turning into a serious form of art.
Hopefully this post will give you guidance and inspiration to achieve your selfie dreams.
You need to stand out from the crowd. Don’t be basic and just hold your phone to take a selfie. No. Make an investment. Make a statement. Purchase a selfie stick, BECAUSE YOUR ARM JUST IS NOT LONG ENOUGH (no offence).
If you really want to up your selfie game and have true respect from your peers, you must acquire the selfie hairbrush. It is a brush. It is a case. IT IS A WAY OF LIFE. It also comes in three colours, which is a triple win situation!
The only natural lighting the selfie world accepts is at the golden hour. So filters are a must. Don’t be afraid of a filter sandwich because sometimes a stack of filters make the perfect picture.
Instagram obviously has a great source of filters, and there are plenty more apps in the app store to enhance your photos such as:
Litely (Free with paid add-ons)
Good luck selfie kings and queens.
Keeping Up With The Kardashians has graced our TV’s since 2007, providing us with entertainment, drama and life long lessons.
Cutting to the chase, this blog post is simply a bit of appreciation for Kris Jenner because she is a fabulous crazy lady.
Kris understands the struggles in the society of youth today, including the importance of having good cell phone reception.
Her Momager vibes are strong and supportive.
And her selfie game will knock you out of the park.
Kris can rock any look and style and get away with it, and if you don’t like it, she won’t care.
Even though she is slightly cray cray…
And can sometimes have her off days (nobodys perfect)…
Kris Jenner is our favourite Kardashian, that is not really a Kardashian, but used to be a Kardashian, so is still a Kardashian, Kardashian.
Rihanna has tweeted her professional commentary from early stages in the world cup, providing her support to teams and players, including her German baes and Navy members.
So OBVIOUSLY she had to be at the World Cup final between Germany and Argentina. Celebrating in true style.
(If you check out the people in the background, they are all watching Rihanna and not the game. What a legend)
As the Germans struck victory thanks to Mario Gotze, the glorious tournament ended in celebrations, drink and more Rihanna.
RiRi joined Bastian Shweinsteiger and his team mates with the golden World Cup at hand, and Mesut Özil’s team shirt.
Congratulations Germany on winning the World Cup and Rihanna. The Pop Princess shared more photos and comments about the night on her Twitter page:
Megan Fox lasted 5 days on Twitter. But has now entered the filtered realm of selfies (hopefully for longer).
Now gaze at her photo and all her prettiness.
With a quoted photograph and a ‘I woke up like this’ selfie, I would say she is already starting to fit in well.
There are a bunch of fake accounts out there, but she is living under the random username of: the_native_tiger
Here is a link: http://instagram.com/the_native_tiger