Dating online photo service
Today, it often requires a stellar online dating profile — something that more people are putting in the hands of paid professionals. Millions of online daters, preening on services like OKCupid, are looking to make real connections.
The stakes can be even higher on services like Tinder, which lets people choose each other based on their Facebook photos, and Glimpse, the Instagram-based dating app released for i OS on Tuesday, put a premium on how you present yourself.
The background of a picture says a lot about your lifestyle and who you are. Ask your kids or your neighbor to take a picture if you don't want to use a pro. Ask yourself whether you feel serious about this person.
You don't want to get your adult children involved, attached, or concerned when it's not necessary.
Want to make a good first impression in the world of online dating? Way back when the Greatest Generation were courting, a good first impression meant attaining a base level of hygiene and human decency.
Using Photoshop, a pro can take a casual picture and quickly turn it into a professional one by changing the background. You're also setting them up to be attracted to your friend instead of you.
A good picture will help you stand out from the rest of the pack, who usually post not-so-great photos of themselves, and it can get you noticed quicker by the people you want to date. Let them find your friend in his or her own profile.
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.