Why we have to smile in photos? Someone is controlling history.

Photos are meant to capture the moment, so why are we taught to smile in our photos?

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  • Kenneth Udut Ah. It’s fictionalizing history. The one who wants the picture, wants to see things as they wish they were, rather than as they are.

    By controlling the documentation of history, you write history in the manner you wish to see it in the future.
  • Kenneth Udut Me, personally? I like awkward photos that show how things really are. I’ve seen many a family photo where there was pure hate behind those smiles, written on foreheads, in eyes, in tense muscles.

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