Photographers online dating
How much of a difference does it make if a photo is a selfie or taken by another person?
If you’re choosing selfies for your online profile, there are some subtle messages your sending that you might not have considered.
This is especially true in the greater Los Angeles area where there's a perceived stigma associated with the acting profession and the headshots often found in dating profiles.
Therefore, if you post an obvious "headshot" as your profile photo, you're often narrowing the field of individuals who might consider you for their potential match.
• According to feedback on Photofeeler, online daters actually prefer amateur-looking photos because they feel authentic and personal.
When I photograph someone, I create images that represent the best attributes of that person in the most natural way possible.
And when I retouch those photographs, I only remove things that could be considered temporary.
The number one mistake people make when selecting profile photographs for online dating is that they don’t pick photographs that make them appear friendly and approachable.
The number one thing to remember for your primary profile photo is to show yourself smiling and happy.