Photogenic – How I Got My Spark Back

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Photogenic – How I Got My Spark Back

PHOTOGENIC – HOW I GOT MY SPARK BACK

How do you feel when you take that perfect picture and upload it online with so much excitement only to realize that your friends are not responding to your still beauty in the same way? Being ignored or the mere thought of it is not something that I have always taken light and I doubt there’s anyone who delights in it.

After countless attempts of uploading pictures and practically begging my friends to either like them or comment, I became weary when they didn’t budge and I had to start using their phones to like my pictures myself. In that interval, several questions crossed my mind causing me to ask myself if I wasn’t attractive or pretty. Really, I experienced a crack on my self-esteem until this lucky day when my friend Hannah came visiting and teased me with my habit of begging people to like my pictures online. It took a lot of courage for me to shove off the shade and ask her how she managed to generate so much engagement on her posts without begging people to like or comment.

Without saying so much, Hannah immediately pulled out her smartphone and told me to take a Selfie, which she transferred to me so I could upload on my page. To my wildest imagination, within a few minutes, I had racked up hundreds of likes and comments. I couldn’t imagine it! I told Hannah about the miracle and her words to me were revealing “Cynthia, you are still as pretty as ever. What you are experiencing now is the power of the Spark”.

She introduced the phone to me and I was more than happy how helpful this device has been to me. I couldn’t believe all I needed to feel good and acceptable was just a spectacular smartphone with advanced camera specifications and surprisingly at an affordable price.

Guess what? After discovering the hack for scooping every possible like and comment on my pictures online, I decided to buy myself the stylish device and really with the way things are going, my pictures might break the Internet soon – just kidding but it isn’t impossible at least now that I have my confidence back.

How do you feel when you take that perfect picture and upload it online with so much excitement only to realize that your friends are not responding to your still beauty in the same way? Being ignored or the mere thought of it is not something that I have always taken light and I doubt there’s anyone who delights in it.

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