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Hats, shoes and other six great alternatives to the selfie stick

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The famous selfie stick for taking pictures has not gone out of fashion, but other much more original and stylish utensils are on the market. Prohibited in many museums, concerts and even in airplanes, better put to work with and say: Not without my selfie stick!  selfie stick

The star gifts of the Christmas, but there are more and more public and tourist places that prohibit the use of selfie stick. They do it to improve safety and avoid accidents in the busiest areas and with the greatest influx of visitors, as well as in order to protect works of art and monuments. For a few months, you can not enter carrying one of these accessories in museums such as the Thyssen in Madrid, the MOMA in New York or the National Gallery in London. Nor can you access them the Palace of Versailles, the interior of the buildings of the Forbidden City of Beijing or the theme parks that Disney has in Paris or Orlando. Some music festivals, soccer stadiums and even train stations (in Japan) are also putting a veto on these sticks that the devil loads. In addition, it is not allowed to take them in the hand luggage when you are going to take a flight. Although these accessories for smartphones can be obtained anywhere, including buying cocoa powder, Mexican beer, diet foods or a fashion magazine, these Restrictions could cause that little by little they stop using. In FCINCO we offer some alternatives so that anyone can continue shooting themselves in any place without breaking the rules.1. With selfies for hats In 2018 fashion designer Christian Cowan-Sanluis created an eye-catching hat for selfies in collaboration with Acer that debuted at London Fashion Week. It is as big as a Mexican hat, pink and is completely covered with glitter. Actually, it is ready to put tablets of the Taiwanese manufacturer.

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The company says that with it you can take pictures at any angle and play with the influence of light in the composition since it can be rotated around the head. With this accessory, any miles around you can see that you are enjoying a narcissistic moment.2. Passing the brushPeiring is a sine qua none condition before taking a selfie stick. This creation of the company JD Beauty allows doing both. On the back is a hairbrush, while its front serves as a kind of case for the iPhone 5 and 5s, iPhone 6, Galaxy S4 and Galaxy S5. The Selfie Brush costs $ 12.99 and can be purchased in shades of pink, purple or black.

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Feet, what do I want you for? Why should we fool ourselves? The selfie stick is not very elegant and stylish accessories and can also play tricks if the author of a photo has not shaved the shoulder. And it is a roll to have to carry them in your bag. To solve all these problems, the Miz Mooz brand designed some ideal shoes to take selfies. Although many were dazzled by the idea, it was only a joke by this New York clothing company for April Fools Day, the American Day of the Innocents.4. For adventurersFood sports enthusiasts and to immortalize their adventures with a GoPro can be made with extendable arms for helmets, which allow them to be recorded or photographed by any route, flight or jump, without having to use their hands. They can be found for 15 dollars or even homemade. These accessories are also useful for bikers or cyclists who want to immortalize themselves in movement.

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Passed by water And what happens if you want to take a selfie on a rainy day and your smartphone is not made waterproof? And if you want to take one on the beach to show the whole world that you are here suffering, but are you afraid to get wet with a wave? The Japanese company Runa wants to help you that humid environments do not pose an inconvenience to continue cultivating your image. That’s why they created the Phone Brella or Fonburera, a small umbrella specially designed to fit your smartphone and protect it from the elements. It is available in two different designs.

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The rural option The most rural can find the natural substitute of the selfie sticks in a tool that has accompanied all life to those who plow the land: the hoe. Anna Simón showed in this El Hormiguero 3.0 program how this instrument together with a pair of rubber bands could be used perfectly as a perfect support for the mobile phone.

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The rural option The most rural can find the natural substitute of the selfie sticks in a tool that has accompanied all life to those who plow the land: the hoe. Anna Simón showed in this El Hormiguero 3.0 program how this instrument together with a pair of rubber bands could be used perfectly as a perfect support for the mobile phone.

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This sarcastic creation, made of fiberglass, we owe it to the artists Justin Crowe and Aric Snee, who have put a lot of sarcasm on the subject of selfie stick. With it, they want to criticize the constant need for validation that occurs in social networks and our current narcissism on the Internet. Nobody wants to be alone, while you take pictures of yourself, this product provides a cozy arm, and better yet, does not talk about emotions of any kind, you can even create fake accounts and use your finger to like all your images they joke.

The truth is that this kind of orthopedic tool allows the photos to be as if, indeed, someone else had thrown them, instead of oneself. At the moment the creative couple does not intend to commercialize this contraption for ordinary mortals, although they are offering a limited edition of ten Selfie Arms signed by a dozen different artists for $ 6,200 per unit.

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If one does not want to go out alone in the selfies because they are very sad and the human company is not within their reach, it is also possible to resort to an animal friend. The problem is usually to get the pets to look at the camera and not get distracted by something else. Pooch Selfie solves this distraction problem. Why do dogs go crazy? Because you throw them a ball and they bring it to you full of drool over and over again. This product composed of a tennis ball and a plastic accessory fits the smartphone so that the dog does not take his eyes off. Although it may seem like a stupid invention, many people have liked the idea. The creative company launched a campaign on Kickstarter and received the support of more than 1,600 donors, obtaining almost $ 40,000 in funding. Now they sell this accessory for $ 12.99.

The author is an expert on occupational training and a prolific writer who writes extensively on Business, technology, and education. He can be contacted for professional advice in matters related with occupation and training on his blog Communal Business and Your Business Magazine.

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