Almost everyone these days can name a couple they know that met on the Internet, though it wasn't so long ago that skimming the online personals for love was considered strange, even a bit desperate.
Taboo or not, the practice certainly isn't new.
Two score and 4 years ago (Hint: 1 score = 20 years, kind of like the World Cup), our father and mother brought forth a new creation, conceived in privacy, without contraception, and dedicated to the concept of chocolate. I'm sure I had a lovely personality at that time, people.
The bad: I'll be away from you until the end of the week. It seems my sprouting conehead was a short lived phase. In order to assure that you are adequately entertained in my absence, I leave you with this link.
Introducing the thrilling—and affordable—world of trading houses.
You're essentially strangers, making yourselves at home in one another's bedrooms, kitchens, even cars.
An actor and a former Ford model, she studied and then taught photography at Wake...
With flash, they’re sitting there holding a stiff smile thinking, ‘ Ok, when is she going to take the picture?? The way I shoot, I can take up to 7 shots per second!“Because I don’t have to use flash,” Jinsey says, “I’m able to catch action much faster by using my motor drive.That’s why everyone’s eyes are so alive and full of spontaneity!That way all the shots are of people DOING something naturally, rather than posing!” Says Casting director Anita Guerra, “However she does it, whether it’s by relaxing people or her use of lighting, she has the ability to catch people in the candid moment when they are relaxed and their eyes, which have to communicate 90% of the personality, have a bright and alert look to them even if the person is not smiling.” Contact Jinsey today for more information about photography for internet dating.
The exact same type of head shot that will lift off an actor’s career to land a role in “The Producers” or “Sex in the City” will work also as successfully for someone who wishes to use it for Internet Dating! Jinsey is a natural light photographer who shoots in her floor-to-ceiling windowed Tribeca apartment living room.