Why Do We hate Seeing Photos Of Ourselves
Duncan Davidson, a photographer for TED, speaks at TED Talent Search about why we hate seeing photos of ourselves. Duncan explains the person we see in the mirror is the person we become to know, while when a picture is taken it shows the reverse image we are use to. This could explain the popular ‘mirror pic’ so many people take these days with their cell phone.
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