'Skyfall' hitmaker Adele has reportedly been undergoing ''photo-healing therapy'' on Skype to help overcome her fear of being pictured on camera.
Adele is reportedly undergoing ''photo-healing therapy'' to cure her fear of being pictured.
The 'Skyfall' singer is said to have a phobia of being caught on camera, and she has been looking into ways to overcome it ahead of her huge music comeback in the near future.
Speaking to the Daily Star Sunday newspaper, a source said: ''Adele has always been camera shy but with her big comeback imminent her fear of being thrust back into the limelight is growing.
''She knows she will have paps following her every move when her album is released and wants to be better prepared.
''A close friend recommended Adele got in touch with a photographer in the US known as 'the photo healer' for some Skype therapy sessions.''
It is said the star been taking ''a series of one-hour sessions'' to help her overcome her fear.
The insider added: ''He has been coaching the singer with a series of one-hour sessions which include teaching her to overcome her deep-rooted fears and anxieties associated with being photographed.''
The treatment is said to include manipulating her ''photosphere'', posing techniques to hide problem areas and maximise her assets, building her confidence and figuring out the best angles for pictures.
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