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WOMEN FANCY MEN WITH GREAT DATING PROFILE PHOTOS

You’re fun, laid-back, you like to travel.  You’ve got loads to offer and you’re definitely somebody worth meeting. You’ve been getting some matches with your online dating profile but not as many as you’d like. What’s going on?

After extensive research it seems the trick to attracting gorgeous girls into swiping right is FANTASTIC photos. In fact, the photos you’re using right now could be actively turning women off.

Did you know that 1 in 5 people meet on the net these days. Dating profiles with photos get 10 times more looks than those without; and profiles with QUALITY photos get 4 times more looks than profiles with poor photos (http://www.datemypet.com/mistakes_men_make) Why leave it up to chance?

What makes a great dating site profile photo? That’s where I come in. I’m a professional photographer with a creative background – I began studying light as a fine art painter, then I explored the UK finding amazing locations for film shoots. I’ve now been a photographer for over 10 years and in that time I’ve photographed a lot of men (including some well-known ones – Damien Lewis, Julio Baptista, Michael Palin, Dara Ó Briain to name a few).

Every shoot starts with an initial phone consultation so we can chat about you and the impression you want to create online to attract the kind of women you want to be attracting. And as a single woman with single female friends (and years of insightful conversations!) I’ve got loads of experience of what is hot and what is not and I can help you create a selection of photos that women will swoon over.

All sessions include:

- a getting-to-know-you phone consultation
- a pre shoot questionnaire
- your choice of photography package
- a wide selection of photos for you to choose from
- your chosen photos digitally enhanced and download enabled, ready to use straight away

To request a call, drop me a line – Lucy at hello@myheartskipped.co.uk

 

 

Published on July 5, 2014. Filed under