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Biologically speaking, alpha males are desirable mates, so you want to subconsciously convey your alpha status in your photos. What you AREN'T is the guy in the background, watching the action go down around you. If you’re hiking with a small group of friends, you’d want to be the one leading the way.You're the captain of the ship, the one in the driver's seat, the guy making the toast… There’s a big difference between pictures of you interacting with your friends in an interesting way, and posed group shots.
This is why unique travel photos are so successful.
You also want to highlight multiple facets of your personality, so choose a range of photos. No one (except maybe your parents) really wants to scroll through more than that.
Plus, it’s really unlikely you have 7 photos in the first place that you look equally attractive in.
But that being said, make sure your everyday life intrigues her. Riding a motorcycle, playing hockey, going for a hike – this is the proverbial “action” shot. No matter how hot you are, if you're posing on your motorcycle with an “I'm so awesome, check me out” smirk on your face, your inbox isn't going to get the action it deserves. If you enjoy cooking, that's an interesting thing to showcase – unless the kitchen in the background is a disaster area.
Ride your motorcycle and have a friend take some shots “in action.”Every photo should showcase your alpha side – “manly” men build things. (I guarantee she'll look at that mess and picture herself having to clean it up – not hot).
If she has a bad impression of you from the start, she's not clicking on your profile.