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The art of the selfie as per Sports Illustrated swimsuit models

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NEW YORK (MYFOXNY) -

I don't know that I've mastered taking selfies but the smoking-hot models featured in this year's Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue certainly did their best to help me up my selfie game.

We know a picture says a thousand words but a selfie says it all. So when I was invited to Sports Illustrated star-studded bash, celebrating 50 years of sexy swimsuit issues, I asked the voluptuous bombshells from this year's sizzling spread to teach me the art of a selfie.

First things first, it's all about the lighting.

Next, know your angles and always keep your chin down.

Take advantage of technology; a little editing never hurts.

Rookie Gigi Hadid and 2011 cover girl Irinia Shayk helped me settle the duckface debate once and for all.

I still have a bit of practicing to do when it comes to striking a pose. But before my modeling lesson comes to a close there's one question this student has always wanted to ask: "do models eat?"

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