Truth is, strong rays can create harsh shadows and make you look older—especially around high noon when the sun is directly above you. Wait until the evening when the sun is lower in the sky, or for an overcast day. Putting too much distance between you and the camera, says Roman Griffen, author of Internet Dating: Tips, Tricks and Tactics.
“When the picture you post was taken from across the street or you’re a blip on your front porch, the purpose of posting it—letting people see what you look like—is defeated,” he points out.
This is tacky and no one really wants to see what your toilet looks like behind your legs. Let me know how these seven rules work for you in the comments. Before you tell your adult children that you are dating again (or make a big deal about someone specific), make sure that the two of you are a couple.
The background of a picture says a lot about your lifestyle and who you are. Ask your kids or your neighbor to take a picture if you don't want to use a pro. Ask yourself whether you feel serious about this person.
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