« Selfies become, for the masses, an accessible outlet for creativity, much like the self-portrait was for Vincent Van Gogh. Perhaps in two centuries, people will look back on the selfie not as an act of narcissism, but as a democratized form of self-expression », Nancy Wang Yuen, associate professor of sociology at Biola University, for World (world.wng.org/2013/04/me_my...)

« Comme un magnet ou un T-shirt acheté sur place, la photo fonctionne comme une preuve et une relique, un petit morceau d’ailleurs authentique, qui atteste que j’ai été là-bas et me permet d’en retrouver et d’en partager le souvenir », André Gunthert, L’atelier des icônes, (histoirevisuelle.fr/cv/icon...)

« Selfie : n., A strange phenomenon in which the photographer is also the subject of the photograph, in a subversive twist on the traditional understanding of the photograph. Usually conducted because the subject cannot locate a suitable photographer to take the photo, like a friend », Urban Dictionnary Definition by A Myth (www.urbandictionary.com/def...)