ONE TikTok user has revealed his secret iPhone trick to taking good selfies.
The man, named JD, broke down his photo-taking tips for his millions of followers on TikTok.
JD shared the process in a 43-second long reel that featured the caption "Let me teach you how to take a better selfie" followed by several photo hashtags.
He began the video by taking a snap of himself using his iPhone's front camera.
"I know some of you take it like that, but that's an easy way to look like a Giga Chad," he joked. "We're not doing it that way."
Instead, the photographer went into his camera's 'portrait' mode and selected the 'natural light' setting.
The TikTok content creator then advised his followers to find some flowers nearby – or anything – that helps to "separate ourselves from the subject".
He also recommended that selfie-lovers add a cool element in the foreground – in JD's case, he used the blue sky.
"Now, we're going to click and hold on that beautiful face, making sure we lock focus there," the TikToker said.
As a final touch, JD lowered the sundial setting to make it a little darker, and then looked into the distance to "complete the mood".
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After snapping the selfie, JD added a summer preset filter to his image, which made the hues appear warmer.
He also directed his followers to the links in his bio, which contained photo editing tricks, and tips on how to become a better photographer.
Since going live less than a day ago, the reel has garnered thousands of likes and dozens of comments.
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"Just purchased your presets! Can’t wait to try this," one user wrote.
"I loved the results," a second user remarked.
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