Dating personal with photo
I usually do these shoots near my studio, out in the environments near Beverly Hills, Los Angeles and Hollywood.
We can shoot in a restaurant so it looks like your friend took the photo, visit alleys or a garden-style park, and use a variety of urban backgrounds to create a fun and interesting array of images.
I love shooting photos for dating sites such as Match.com, or e Harmony.com, or for matrimony sites like Shaadi
When shooting photos for internet dating or marriage sites, my goal is always to show your personality in a range of outfits, in a variety of locations, so it looks like the images were taken on different days.
That said, some people just want a quick and dirty 1-2 images, without a lot of fuss.
Whatever your needs may be, we are happy to accommodate you.
We've synthesized the findings from all their statistical analysis and number-crunching in the slideshow below to present a few tips on what poses, settings, camera angles, and clothes work best for dating site profiles. Women who look directly at the camera while making flirty faces or smiling tend to get more messages than those who smile or look flirty without eye contact.
Ok Cupid found that making eye contact with the camera is effective with some facial expressions, but less so with others. For both sexes, not smiling while making eye contact is an ineffective pose.
I always try to do a few that look professional, and a few that look like your friends might have taken them.
Simply, I want to help you stand out from the profiles where someone has posted two web cam shots or an old headshot.