Taking selfies is a brand new type of photographic behavior and has became a phenomenon on social medias. In Asia, many people love taking and sharing selfies in their daily life and have created several tools to take good selfies such as a selfie stick or a portable tripod In the meantime, camera-equipped drones are getting more and more popular today. We can envision a future where personal flying selfie bots are always with us. Among the previous works and commercial products, the interaction techniques for controlling a drone are mostly designed in drone-centric or map-centric mode that require a longer training and are not easy for taking an anticipated shot. We investigate the user needs in taking seflies and propose a new approach to control a selfie drone in user-centric mode. Users can place a drone in spherical coordinate system by our direct pointing technique and then compose the framing on the smartphone screen. Our goal is to help people taking better selfies more intuitively.