'Unphotogenic' Shiba Inu can't help but ruin group photos

Hina just can’t seem to help being silly in front of the camera.

We have all probably looked at an old group photo and wondered what the hell were we thinking! Or maybe you are one of the lucky ones whose camera game is on point, but that ‘one friend’ always finds a way of ruining the perfect shoot. They are most likely looking elsewhere, pulling a funny face or blinking at the wrong time.

Goofy Hina

Apparently, this challenge transcends the realms of humanity, with photo evidence showing animals tend to struggle with staying photogenic too. Case in point, this adorable Shiba Inu just can’t seem to get it right when it comes to looking pretty for the cameras.

Kikko, Sasha, Momo and Hina are Hong Kong-based Shiba Inus Instagram/Yokokikuchi

Hina belongs to a Hong Kong-based family of four Shiba Inus. When they pose for pictures, she always finds a way of ruining it for the others.

Kikko, Sasha, and Momo are highly photogenic, but that is not rubbing off on poor Hina.

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The Shiba Inu breed of dogs is known for its strong will, and so it is not surprising that Hina cannot be bothered to confirm. And she is the youngest of the pack, so you can imagine how frustrating that must be for her three elder siblings.

Hina always finds a way to ruin family pictures. Instagram/Yokokikuchi

She is a chill and charming pup though, but not when it comes to taking directions on how to pose for a family photo. She’s either making goofy faces, looking elsewhere, or sticking out her tongue. But her owner, Yoko describes her as a joy to be around.

Last of four siblings, Hina is an internet sensation. Instagram/Yokokikuchi

With just more than 130,000 followers on Instagram, Kikko, Sasha, Momo, and Hina have a very devoted online fans who are pleasantly intrigued by Hina’s antics.

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