"Guinness World Records adjudicator Mark McKinley ensured that selfie rules were followed, with requirements including the full face and neck of participants being viewable and that the images were focused, with recognizable faces and no blurring," Guinness World Records notes in a press release. "Several selfies were disqualified, but a total of 105 were accepted to achieve the record title."
Nobody said breaking records was easy. For his efforts, Johnson was presented with a certificate marking his achievement. He then did what anyone in his situation would do: took a selfie.
We just set a NEW GUINNESS WORLD RECORD for most self portraits (selfies) taken in record time (yup, a selfie world record exists and your arm gets a helluva workout). WORLD PREMIERE of SAN ANDREAS and rewriting the record books all in one night. #MicDropBoom #NewSelfieKing #LONDON #SanAndreasWorldTour MAY 29th.