Solo? In a group? A sober, head-on portrait fit for a police file? Or while you’re in the middle of something, on vacation, say, where your white teeth stand out against your tanned face. Or what about the ultimate paradox in the temple of self-promotion: a landscape, a famous actor or a cartoon? Nobody can escape these questions when it comes to summarizing who you are in a single photograph.
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