I have a kind of weird question, how people see me, is people see me inverted or mirror or as the front camera of the phone? And why my face looks unsymmetrical in photos?
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Yes, it seems a weird question, but it needs an answer anyway. As you said there is a difference between your face in the mirror and your face in photos, it is going to get complicated, but I will give it my best shot.
When you see your face in the mirror you see it inverted. But people see you the way you appear in a photograph, not the way you appear in the mirror.
No, people see you like you see yourself in photos, as for example, when you put on a t-shirt that has writing on it, the writing in the mirror becomes backward, but when people see you, the writing is not backward, and same thing when you appear in a photograph.
Like you said, it is a weird question, but for me I think people see you like you see yourself in a photograph.
When you look at the mirror, all you see is your appearance, but when people look at you, they see physical and internal things, we can say that they see something different like your kindness, your personality, and your intelligence. All these factors can make you overall beauty!
When you see yourself in the mirror, you see a reversed image of your face, but people see you as photographs taken by professional cameras.