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  • Leah Lenz

    The camera doesn't lie, but some pictures of us can make us cry. A celebrity photographer tells what makes a great smile with his expert tips for looking good in pictures.

  • Annemarie Stojkovic

    Get Ready for Your Close-up: How to Smile in Photos Weird expressions, less-than-white teeth, horrible lighting — the camera doesn't always catch you at your best. But you can up the odds of sporting a great smile in photographs by checking out what our experts have to say.

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