The art of self portraiture.
That's the name of one of the latest courses offered by City Lit college in London.
For £132 (S$267), you will learn the detailed intricacies at becoming an expert at taking selfies.
But let The New Paper on Sunday save you money with some basic tips on how NOT to take a selfie.
1 DON'T DO IT IN THE BATHROOM
So you want to take a nice shot of yourself in a bathroom because the lighting is flattering?
But think about what's behind you.
Discarded underwear on the floor? Or how about that toilet bowl in the background to give an idea of what you just did? These things will jump out of the picture, no matter how drop-dead gorgeous you are.
And really, do not take selfies in public bathrooms - it just makes you look weird.
2 DON'T OVER EDIT
We have all used filters at some point. But don't try to make yourself look 10 times fairer or squish the picture, hoping that people will believe you lost 20kg. Natural is always best.
3 DON'T GO LOW
Unless you want to create a double chin that you don't usually have, do not shoot a selfie from a low angle.
4 DON'T DO A SELFIE COLLAGE
Selfies are pretty narcissistic. A collage will really make you look like you are your greatest - and only - love.
If people really wanted to see every inch of your glorious face, they'd just meet you.
5 DON'T TAKE FAKE CANDIDS
Candid pictures are meant to be spontaneous, and they really should be taken by somebody else.
And as for the sleeping selfie, do you really want it to look like a stalker crept into your room?
6 DON'T FISH FOR COMPLIMENTS
Posting a selfie and saying you're ugly is the ultimate attention-seeking move. And everyone can see through it.
Take a more positive spin and maybe your picture will get a smile rather than a groan.