Dating face online portrait
They will guide you and will give you their best recommendations in terms of pose and angle.
Take for instance one of the dreaded horrors when it comes to dating headshots – the double chin!
This doesn’t mean posting a photo from five years and twenty pounds ago.
But if it means getting a clear, digital, close-up of you smiling with your hair and makeup done just right, I wholeheartedly endorse it.
This is no different for a woman than getting made up, putting on a killer outfit, and going out on the town to meet people. Guys are especially bad at posting lousy photos and for them I think it’s even MORE important to stand out.
It’s been my experience in the various cities I’ve lived in that there are far more men then women using online sites, which means it’s even more competitive for the guys and thus necessary to find ways to stand out.
Professional photographers can advise you of the proper eye level in order to avoid the dreaded double chin.
I know that you recommend that people use really great, perhaps professionally done, photos.
So, please, contact a photographer and watch your profile get more hits instantly.
I’ve been thrilled with the results and trust you will be, too. Totally agree, I encourage my friends to get professional photos made, or at least take a new set of good quality photos showing you at your best.
Second, (and this is another dreaded horror when it comes to photos for dating profiles) the “red eye.” Unlike point and shoot cameras that have the tendency of producing photos of people with “red eyes,” professional photographers, with the aid of their professional photography equipment such as lighting and DSLR cameras, have a way of avoiding this.
Now think of the possible scenario if in case you uploaded a photo of you with that dreaded “red eye” to a certain dating website.How can taking professional photos for dating profiles help?