Professional photo for dating profile
I’m 24, and I’ve always seemed to have good luck with online dating.
You’ve been getting some matches with your online dating profile but not as many as you’d like. After extensive research it seems the trick to attracting gorgeous girls into swiping right is FANTASTIC photos.Like this guy, Max Schwartz, an NYC-based photographer whose Craigslist ad for Tinder Headshots recently went slightly viral.“The key to success on Tinder is using a picture that speaks to your strengths and irresistible charm better than the most highly trained wingman,” Schwartz says. Schwartz in action, so last week we summoned him into the Supercompressor offices to help improve our interweb dating games.But since other people do, remember this other pet theory of mine: your date will most likely be 20% worse looking than his/her best photo. For what it’s worth, I have used professional photographers three different times, and each time, it’s made a marked difference in my visibility and response rate.I didn’t do any Photoshop to get rid of wrinkles, and I wasn’t wearing black and hiding behind a file cabinet to obscure my weight. Remember, these photos are intended to represent you at your BEST, not to fool people into thinking you’re someone that you’re not.
Lately, though, I have this weird dry spell: I still get contacted, but can’t seem to make it to a first date.