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"I have such an extensive experience of online dating," she says, "that I want to share it with others." She recommends trying to spend 20 minutes a day on dating website or apps and allocating no more than one hour to a first date.
A brave photographer flew his drone camera within metres of a stream of lava reaching temperatures of 1,000 degrees Celsius - so hot his camera began to melt.
"There’s nothing worse than going on a date and realizing that the person looks nothing like their pictures.
They should look like themselves, just the best version of themselves," notes the Brooklynite with marketing acumen.
Wear clothes (and underwear) that make you feel good, trim your beard, bring props that showcase your interests.
She also has them thinking about who their current inspirations are or when they are at their happiest.
“I go from photographing a senior to a 22-year-old." she says.
The latter, she claims, helps make people look more relaxed.
Battersea Park, Ladbroke Grove or Southbank for the even-tempered; Brick Lane, Shoreditch or London Fields for the edgier ones.
In New York, similar online dating experiences led Charlie Grosso, an advertising and editorial photographer, to launch Tinder Photography last October.
“The time I spend walking and talking with them is just as important as those when I point my camera at them.
The goal is to make images look less staged, and more like snapshots," she adds.