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Snapchat's new lens ages people Photo: Carolina Ochsendorf / TechTudoSnapchat's new lens ages people Photo: Carolina Ochsendorf / TechTudo

Snapchat's new lens ages people Photo: Carolina Ochsendorf / TechTudo

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Step 1. Access Snapchat on your mobile. The app will open right in the camera section. If your device has the rear camera turned on, select the option to enable selfie in the upper right corner. Press the face icon to open the social network lens carousel. The Time Machine effect indicated by the cone of the image below;

Open Snapchat to access the new lens Photo: Reproduo / TechTudoOpen Snapchat to access the new lens Photo: Reproduo / TechTudo

Open Snapchat to access the new lens Photo: Reproduo / TechTudo

Step 2. Snap your face to the oval outline that appears on the phone screen. You can choose from five different degrees of aging: left is the younger effect, while right is the senior lens. In this case, the photo is captured at the moment you select the degree of the effect.

Starting with the iPhone 6S and Android models below, the old options are displayed in a scroll bar. In such handsets, as in the cell phones above, the instruction will slide the bar to the right or left to set the degree of aging. When the effect reaches the desired degree, just capture the photo or video.

Then choose whether to save the story to your phone, post it to your profile, or send it to a specific contact;

Choose Snapchat lens aging degree Photo: Reproduction / TechTudoChoose Snapchat lens aging degree Photo: Reproduction / TechTudo

Choose Snapchat lens aging degree Photo: Reproduction / TechTudo

Step 3. In the case of the "send to" option, select the profile that receives the story in the Friends section. You can also post the photo to your profile for everyone to see with the "My Story" option.

Choose to post the story to everyone or send it to a private friend Photo: Reproduction / TechTudoChoose to post the story to everyone or send it to a private friend Photo: Reproduction / TechTudo

Choose to post the story to everyone or send it to a private friend Photo: Reproduction / TechTudo

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