With help from freelance photographer and PR specialist, Toby Aiken, we discovered the six things you can do today that will perfect your profile pictures and help you have a better time online. Otherwise, read on for our photography master-class. If you opt to skip the personal photos in your profile, you automatically alienate more than half of your potential audience.The only thing worse than a bad profile picture is no photo at all. In fact, in a recent Elite Singles survey, 58% of British singles would refuse to open a profile without photos.Toby Aiken, a professional freelance photographer based in Gloucestershire, says that having profile pictures is an essential step for two reasons.
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So, it's clear that photos are extremely important – but what's the best way to maximise your chances of photographic success?
Toby Aiken helped us find the six steps that can help you get better profile photos.READ MORE: How to write a successful dating profile in 5 steps An essential part of taking good profile pictures is the set up.The second reason profile pictures count for so much is that they are a really valuable way to back up the impression you have created in the written part of your profile.As Aiken explains: ‘’it’s important to make sure your profile picture says the right things about you.If your profile says you enjoy quiet nights in watching a movie, and your profile picture was taken on a rare wild night out or at a friend’s hen do then it’s not going to help your search!’’ Having photos that show the true you, however – now there’s an extra way to catch the eye of someone truly like-minded.