Rio de Janeiro is celebrating the first ever Olympics in South America. Around half a million visitors from across the world have flocked to the second largest Brazilian city. Apart from the exciting games, Escadaria Selaron, also known as the ‘Selaron Steps’, is among the best-loved attractions. Designated as a city landmark, Escadaria Selaron is located in Rio’s Lapa neighborhood, with over 200 steps decorated with ceramic tiles collected from around the world. It was featured in the video promoting Rio’s successful bid for the 2016 Olympic Games. No wonder people visiting are trying their best to pose before a camera for great photos. Here’re tips from those who have some “knack”. Click this video and enjoy!