You do want to put your best foot forward to attract the type of people you want to date.
The background in your photo can impact people both positively and negatively, depending on your surroundings.
For example, I feel that removing acne is fine, but removing sun spots is not.
The last thing you want is a disappointed look on someone’s face when you show up to meet them for the first time when you look nothing like your photograph.
In just a few minutes, I can make someone look 20 pounds lighter and give them perfect skin.
" I think it says you are trying too hard to get the right photos.
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.
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.
You want that profile photo, unobstructed, just you. The fact [is] we have digital images, there is no reason why one out of 25 photos won't turn out right! However, a serious-faced selfie may make you appear to be self-absorbed by some viewers.