As you can see, the general pattern is that more complex cameras take better pictures.
At first, I was nervous to send him pictures, but once I did it and realized how fun it is, I haven't regretted it. If you have any doubts about your relationship, you shouldn't send them (at least not with your face in them).
I have been dating my boyfriend for four years now and I completely trust him, so I have no problem sending him pictures. It's also a great confidence boost when I'm not feeling very hot to have my man tell me how great I look." "I'm an artist.
As noted, the plotted timestamps are adjusted by time zone and for daylight savings, and when you overlay the path of the sun through the sky during our theoretical “day”, you see peaks just after sunrise and just before sunset: evidence of the golden hour.
In conclusion, the data strongly suggest that if you’re single, you (or someone you know) should learn a little bit about photography.
Beyond the advantages or shortcomings of any specific brand, the more-complex-is-better trend bears out at all ages: The chart pretty much speaks for itself; I’ll just say that the numbers for all three brands are for 30 year-olds, so it’s not a matter of older, more experienced people preferring one phone to another.
We found this data as part of our general camera-efficacy analysis: we crossed all kinds of user behaviors with the camera models and found we had data on the number of sexual partners for 9,785 people with smart phones.
I went from virtually no interest in my profile, to not being able to keep up with how many wonderful guys were responding to me.
Within a couple weeks of having posted my new photos, I’d met the most amazing man I’ve ever met, and we are dating seriously now.
Soft light can hide wrinkles, blemishes, devil eyes. As I illustrate with the dotted lines below, you can calculate the equivalent “aging” effects of a flash by counting years horizontally between the ‘flash’ and ‘no flash’ lines.