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(If you can’t look me in the eye while mediated by a screen, how will you do it in person? The man I dated most recently was in the military and, I learned as I got to know him, kept an unloaded gun in his house.
We met on Bumble, where most of his profiles photos were travel shots; my opening message to him noted that I had also been to Petra, Jordan — though my trip had been far too brief!
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There are all kinds of photos that don’t belong in online-dating profiles: the shirtless selfie; the faraway shot or the artsy pic where it’s hard to tell what the person looks like; the group shot where it’s hard to tell whose profile it is; the photo with a child where it’s hard to tell if that’s a nephew or a son; or anything with sunglasses. Yes, even if he’s “just hunting.” I’m not opposed to dating a gun owner.
When I’m working with our dating coaching clients on their online profiles and communications, one of the first things I do is to ensure that the picture(s) the client posts online is (are) a recent and accurate representation of the best version of their authentic self.
When discussing such photos with her clients, Davis might ask: “How often are you really hunting?
And as a bonus, it really lets her personality shine through.
"You want your photos to look the way you look on a first date," Davis said.
"If you only focus on photos from the waist up, it can seem like a lie of omission," Davis said.
This photo of Tech Insider deputy tech editor Steve Kovach is great and could definitely be included on his profile.