Start by making sure whatever pictures you post show you smiling. Another hint for ladies -- don't post pictures wearing clothes that are overly sexy or men will think you are looking for a sex partner, not a relationship. Use them as a guide that can make or break your online dating experience. So you think it's best to only post a picture of your face, thinking that once a man or woman gets to know you and like you, he or she won't care what you look like below the neck.
If you decide to meet, he or she is going to see your body anyway, so you may as well show it all upfront in a full length picture and let people decide what they want to do about it.
You can either set them to be visible to your Favourites or invite specific members to view them.
Don't post pictures with grown children, male or female friends or with your parents. This is a common complaint of both men and women at online dating sites. I had to call his cell phone to identify him because no one in the place looked like the picture of the man I'd seen online. You're not doing yourself a favor posting pictures that are older than two or three years. Make sure your face fills up most of the picture frame. If you decide to put either on a dating site, make sure it's the second, third or fourth picture.
Believe it or not, people will think you've posted a picture with an ex, even if he or she might be 30 years younger or older than you are. The scenery might be lovely but no one wants to use a magnifying glass to get a good look at you. Don't post pictures you take of yourself in a mirror. And make sure they are pictures you are in as well.
You can also upload photos to your dating profile from your Facebook account.
Just choose 'Facebook' in the "My Photos" tab and add the pics you like.
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.
Step 3: Or you can just click "Add all" if you wish to upload all the photos in the folder. A bar will appear showing how long it will take to upload your photos.
Once uploaded you can view them, share with friends, and create great photo gifts.
Your 'Primary' photo is visible to everyone and should be a 'normal' photo.