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“I go from photographing a senior to a 22-year-old." she says."With that kind of range, I like to know whom I’m meeting ahead of time so I can prepare." Then, they go out for a stroll through a neighborhood of London that fits her customer’s personality.
She has plans to expand to other cities, and perhaps other countries.
If eyes are the window into the soul, Tinder is the window into the pants.
(#True.) And there are people out there who want to make that reality...easier.
“My pet peeves are red eyes and messy bedrooms in the background. If they see two scarlet lasers coming out of your eyes, they’re going to move on.
And, having a pile of dirty clothes behind you is not a great way to make an impression.
"I have such an extensive experience of online dating," she says, "that I want to share it with others." She recommends trying to spend 20 minutes a day on dating website or apps and allocating no more than one hour to a first date.
Marin County / San Francisco based photographer specializing in online dating photos, Linkedin headshots, lifestyle, food beverage as well as location scouting & creative direction.Therefore, she spends a few hours with her clients wandering the city in hopes of uncovering their endearing idiosyncrasies and capturing them using both a single-lens reflex and an i Phone.The latter, she claims, helps make people look more relaxed.Like this guy, Max Schwartz, an NYC-based photographer whose Craigslist ad for Tinder Headshots recently went slightly viral. Schwartz in action, so last week we summoned him into the Supercompressor offices to help improve our interweb dating games.Like any true "before and after" situation, we chatted about why we chose our original Tinder photos and had Max give us his (brutally honest) professional opinion. Why he chose it: “My roommate (female) suggested I include a photo with ladies in my profile. The logic: It shows that attractive women like me (still single, ladies)."It’s more straightforward and as engaging, especially if the person comes across as warm and approachable," he says.