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It just kind of makes me think he is a little bit more approachable and down to earth," says Shah.
Some other photos do's and don'ts from the experts: Do have images that are well-lit, in focus, and not noisy or grainy.
Do have a close-up of your face as well as a full-length image, so daters can see your body type.
Do use captions to identify family members if they're in your pictures. Don't be so small in your photos that you can't be seen easily, and don't wear clothing that covers you head to toe, such as a ski outfit.
(Manisha Khatta/Shruti Shah via AP)In this September 2016 photo, Shruti Shah is shown in front of a street mural in Eastern Market, Washington, D. Shah has used the photo before as a dating profile image.
(Manisha Khatta/Shruti Shah via AP)In this April 2017 photo, Shruti Shah is shown at Yayoi Kusuma's Infinity Rooms exhibit at the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington, D. Shah has used the photo before as a dating profile image.
"One of the biggest mistakes you can make is your first photo being you and a friend, or you and a group of friends," says el-Effendi.
Don't waste time with images of sunsets or anything else in the brief period of time you have.
"If there's one photo that's kind of questionable to them as far as attraction is concerned, they're on to the next person," she says.
It kind of makes me think that he's not comfortable with who he is in being able to stand alone and put himself out there," she says.
Jamie Madnick, 27, a preschool teacher in Philadelphia who met her boyfriend of over a year on OKCupid , says she didn't like seeing "a guy in a picture with a girl or all girls.