Yes, there is more to dating and mating and enjoying a relationship than physical attraction, so no need to point that out.
And yes, these bits of advice apply to both women and men.
"The photos have to be 400 by 400 pixels for the site, but Mary Beth hadn't used this photo because it was too small, even though it's a great one of her," Hoehn said.
"If a photo is too small, but you feel it's one you want to use, don't be afraid to add a border to make it work.
In the first of the three new photos, Hoehn's cropping brings the focus to Mary Beth's face and away from the cars and sunset in the background.
For the second one, she added a black border to make an already beautiful photo fit OKCupid specifications.
2) This next point would seem utterly obvious, and yet, apparently it isn't: Don't include bad photos! Photos of you when you were 21 (if you're now 60) are pointless.
I sort of assumed anyone who is out there trying to find a mate would know what sort of photos to present to the world, but there is evidence to indicate perhaps not.I've developed a unique program whereby I'll photograph you in such a way that will make you stand out among the hundreds of other online profiles.I do this by creating a series of photos that showcase your personality and physique in a variety of different wardrobes and poses—emphasizing your genuine warmth and approachability.Within a couple weeks of having posted my new photos, I’d met the most amazing man I’ve ever met, and we are dating seriously now.Working with my photographer was a great experience.The photos you present in your profile should be of professional quality.