"Selfitis" is a genuine mental disorder for people obsessed with selfies

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Use a Lumee case for expert lighting

Kim Kardashian, or, The Queen of Selfies, took a shameless one at the Revolve Social Club in LA in August. She went front on for perfect symmetry and used her Lumee light up case. Skills.Rex Features

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Get one with your squad

... Or even better, your Suicide Squad, as demonstrated by Will Smith here, as he posed with cast and crew from the film.Getty Images

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Snap your insane beauty look

If your lipstick is as good as Gwen Stefani's, make sure you selfie that sh*t immediately.Getty Images

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Get one with Craig David

Literally everyone wanted a photo with Craig David at last night's GLAMOUR Women of the Year Awards. What a nice guy.Getty Images

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Be shameless

Sneaky selfies aren't a good look for anyone and you just end up looking odd on the train. Take queues from Karlie Kloss and be shameless about it.Getty Images

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Be cautious with the selfie hug

The selfie hug can be both brilliant and dangerous in equal measure. Who hasn't been in a club photo only to be strangled by your drunk mate? If you're the 'hugger' in this scenario, make sure you are considerate, like Naomi Campbell is here. No one wants any selfie A&E situations.Getty Images

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Try to make sure your selfie companion is looking

It's a staple, but some find this harder than you might think. Maybe next time, Alexa Chung.Getty Images

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Sulky faces are a sure-fire winner

What's up, Irina Shayk? You're at an amFAR party, why the long face? Ohhhhhh, it's just The Sulky Face. We're with ya.Getty Images

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Consult your team on the selfie 'vibe'

Or yours might end up like this. Is Chris Hemsworth pretending to be asleep?Getty Images

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Use the front camera for close-up details

The front camera is your best friend if you're wearing particularly amazing makeup, or you know, millions of pounds worth of diamonds like Bella Hadid. Just know that you might have to compromise on camera quality.Getty Images

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If you're taking a selfie for a fan, try to get them in it

This one need only apply to famous celebrities. Like Nick Jonas...Getty Images

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If you're taking a selfie for a fan, try to get them in it

... you too, .Getty Images

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iPads are not condusive to good selfie-taking

They're too big. Just too big.Getty Images

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Drunk selfies may cause distress the next morning

Because no one likes looking at their phone after a night out and seeing that you forced a selfie with everyone in the club.Getty Images

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Duck faces bring the fun vibes

If you want the world to know you don't take yourself too seriously, swap your pout for a duck face. Zendaya still looks hot, though.Getty Images

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Large group selfies can be unflattering on the taker

If you're in the scenario where you are taking a larger group selfie and you're at the front, make your angle sky high.Getty Images

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You can't go wrong with a smile

Just ask Ciara and Stevie Wonder.Getty Images

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The shocked face is underrated

The shocked face doesn't get enough credit. It leaves your selfie peruser with an air of curiosity: what's so shocking, Taylor Swift and Ryan Seacrest?Getty Images

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Smising gives a sexy allure

Smising AKA smiling with your eyes can really elevate your selfie look. Just ask Zendaya.Getty Images

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Blue Steel will always win

If you're caught off-guard, go with Blue Steel. It's a sure-fire winner.Getty Images

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Mirror selfies only work from afar

Please only take mirror selfies if you don't have anyone to take a photo of your amazing outfit for you. Or if you have a cool phone case. We're not too sure what Keke Palmer is up to, here.Getty Images

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The tongue out face is a good option for difficult angles

For this sort of angle, smiling can cause dreaded double-chin problems, while the duck face just looks weird high up. Make the Pokey Out Tongue Face your happy medium.Getty Images

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The mid-laughter face is a winner

As demonstrated by the gorgeous Chloe Moretz, selfies where you look like you're mid-laughter are a good way to show you're having fun. Even if you don't know the person you're taking a photo with.Getty Images

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Stretch out far to include everyone

Group selfies have long been unfriendly to the person on the end. It's just logistics. Sometimes, if you're the photo-taker, it's really hard to angle your phone in such a way to include everyone. Take tips from these guys, who seem to be managing it.Getty Images

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