The first photograph should be a head and shoulders portrait that shows the top of your head down to at least your collar bone.The second photo you should include should be a three-quarter-length portrait that shows you from your head to just above your knees.In just a few minutes, I can make someone look 20 pounds lighter and give them perfect skin.
What your hair color and skin tones are, influence the colors you should be wearing.
Finding out what colors work best for you is the key. You don't want to be swimming in a shirt that is too big if you have a slight body build...
The right photographer will look at the person they are photographing and take into consideration their skin color, hair color, body shape and age.
What you choose for clothing options makes a very big difference...
Nothing makes more of an impact on your dating profile than your main image.
You can have everything going for you -- great job, no kids, never married, and sporting an appropriate number of teeth -- and one bad shadow, receding hairline, or misplaced background can render you undateable with one swipe. Researching profile photos has surfaced bizarre information, like the fact that the most popular guys show the left side of their faces and demonstrate pride.
We are not saying take "glamour" shots or posed studio shots, because they won't reflect the relaxed you.
But [do use] a terrific head shot or even head/shoulder, that has you looking inviting and approachable.
Wearing the right clothes and color for your coloring is very important, too.
It’s really easy to hide things about people in photographs.
I know that many people who approach online dating might think to themselves, “But when they meet me in person, I’m sure they’re going to overlook all of my flaws.” And although that’s theoretically possible, it’s extremely unlikely that would happen.