But there are only a handful of photographers in each city who really “get” online dating pictures for men. An uptown look (sharp suit or jacket, no tie), and a downtown look (leather jacket, t-shirt, jeans).
Changing the crop settings on a picture can shift the focus point from you, to the interesting thing or activity in question, which stands out as different. Intentionally looking away from the camera, is straight up game.
Anyone with an online dating account will know that choosing the perfect profile picture for your page is a tricky business.
From candid photos to Snapchat selfies, it can be difficult to know what will help you bag the likes in a sea of profiles.
When a match opens your profile for the first time, they are drawing some important conclusions about whether you’re right for them. Some men, it turns out, aren’t great at understanding the types of photos that hurt their chances of meeting their match.
So as a public service, we’ve collected a range of photos to help men understand what NOT to post on their profiles.
But help is at hand, as Hinge has released data on the most successful photo practices.