Girl without a smile
In the profession of a photographer the worst thing is to look at artificial, forced smiles. You don't know if a girl posing with her father is just pretending and a man is hiding his tyrant's face. Everything looks great in the pictures, everyone is happy. I've had many such situations when I was wondering what's really behind this. Just like that, my love of fuzziness.
What I remember the most, however, was the girl who visited my salon every 2-3 months - she took photos for proof, ID card or other purposes. She sat in front of the camera, and when I asked her to smile, the corners of her mouth trembled. I tried to make her laugh, but she always looked scared. Then she asked me to choose the picture that I thought worked best. She always agreed to my proposal. I was correcting her rounded eyes and trying to make her smile more natural. She always thanked politely, always paid for the pictures, although I had the impression that she threw them away as soon as she left the studio.
Lately, she seemed extremely tired, as if she was about to cry. You say, do something, ask. I figured that out too. But I haven't seen her in four months and that scares me.