They have a particular location in mind and I can help them choose from what perspective should be located for the painting.
This has to do with the conditions; weather, time of day, and the time of year.
Disclaimer: I specify that these are cliches for "women" to avoid only because they’re the ones whose profiles I've looked at.
I'm not saying men don't make the same mistakes; I'm simply not qualified to judge their profiles. "," and other such generic adjectives to describe yourself or who you’re looking for.
It’s like the cook who garnishes every meal with a sprig of parsley out of habit.
The customer has a desire for me to capture a land/seascape scene that they really like because of fond memories, special event, where they live or work (Dude Ranches, Golf Clubs, Resorts, Wilderness areas, etc.).
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We also needed Ok Cupid to get permission from their users to enable us to publish those popular profile pics.The worst adjectives are "" Again, there’s nothing wrong with any one of these on its own.Any one of those could be great with some more detail.Based on the particular time of the day, I will make suggestions in regards to having strong value (light and shadows), color schemes, proportions, focal point, etc.The size of the painting is up to the buyer, but I would suggest the shape of the painting based on the subject matter so that the composition is pleasing to the eye based on standard sizes and the “Golden Ratio” of composition. Users skim profiles looking for a reason to send a message or dismiss (hint: do not mention your mom or exes).