When I am out and about with my kids, I love to take family selfies. You know, so I can document where we were or what we were doing. I have two issues with taking family selfies, though. The main issue is that I am short and therefore have short arms, making it almost impossible for me to fit four people into the frame when I hold my phone out. Someone almost inevitably gets cut out of cut off – usually my little man because he’s much shorter than the rest of us. My next issue is my husband. He’s much taller than I am and since his arms are longer and he could actually fit all four of us into the picture, I have had him try time and time again to get a good picture of the four of us. The thing is – he can’t. I don’t know what it is, but every single photo he takes comes out blurry. Every time.
So between those two things, it’s rare that I get a good photo of the four of us. You’re probably thinking “well, why don’t you just use a selfie stick??” and the answer is I could, but too many places have them banned now so it’s not even worth trying anymore. And it makes me sad that we can’t get a good family photo (unless we accost someone walking by to take one of us), or at least it did until I found out about the Pi SOLO.
Pi SOLO is the world’s first immersive lifestyle camera for your smartphone! Just launched in the US. Pi SOLO (www.Pi-SOLO.com) is a camera for augmented reality combining social media and photography. Now you can fit everything in one frame without worrying about carrying around extra equipment. A super wide-angle lens also allows users to easily fit in everyone for a group selfie or capture full backgrounds without having to use a selfie stick.