“Stand there, please. Just like that, thanks,” he ordered her, not making any eye contact as the latter tried to do her usual pose for the magazine. “Blower - I need it on yesterday! Goodness! There, thank you!”
“Can you put your hand under your chin? No - the other one. Yes… Like that…”
“Tilt your head to the right. A little bit more… Stay right there. That’s perfect…”
When your past comes back to haunt you through the lens of your camera - do you put it down and turn away, never to look beyond? Or do you do what any photographer should do when faced with such a dilemma - you click on the shutter and hope to God that the photo would come out better than before?