Occasionally a reader submitted more than one photo; in those cases, I picked two or three in order to showcase the different opinions between poses.
I zipped ’em up and sent them along to the judges without commentary.
Voters also leave notes with specific insights about how you’re coming across and advice for improving your impression.
Putting photos on Photofeeler is safer than any alternative.
After I put out the call on Twitter and and the Dr.
Nerd Love Facebook page, several of my readers kindly sent in photos of themselves from various dating sites for commentary and criticism.
Another consistently referenced expression is the “flirty face.” If you’re thinking “what the cheese puffs is a flirty face?! In an interview on match.com, Stricke says that imagining that you see someone attractive across the room will make you look and feel flirtier in your photos.
I asked friends what they thought about them, but the answers went in all directions.
At the same time I tested them on Photofeeler and got a quick and clear answer on which one is best.
The good news is that it tends to have less to do with the way someone looks than with the photo itself.
Of course, we all have certain “types” that we’re immediately drawn to – whether that’s bookish guys with glasses or pretty brunettes with long hair.