Dating site photography

One costume change in a public loo later (I’m sure this is how the top models work too), I was already feeling ready for my close-up.

We were outside a cafe and a few passers-by were giving me the odd glance, but by this point I was starting to learn what to do, laughing at my invisible friend who was slightly taller than me and to the side. After seeing the snaps on Saskia’s camera I decided I didn’t like my skirt and top combo after all. Fortunately I had one more outfit with me, so hurriedly changed so as not to waste any more time - lesson three: you want to avoid harsh sunlight in the middle of the day for the most flattering light.

We specialize in providing headshots for those entering (or re-entering) the dating world.

So whilst I really like my pictures and it was a lot of fun, you have to be really serious about dating to shell out for a shoot.

I have the pictures, now I just need to manage to commit to using dating apps.

People expect you to look friendly and engaging, not just trustworthy.

Dating sites rely on quality photography because people look at and may proceed to read the profile or the message.

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