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Have good-quality photos # matchurl

26.Sep.2021

If you want to pass the background check, you need to make sure your photos are high quality and show reality.

Bad: - Heavily edited photo (makeup, photoshop, etc.)

- Cropped too tightly; or has a cluttered background; or both

- Obstructed by stickers or text backdrops

Good: - High resolution (at least 640x640 pixels)

- Natural pose and expression, heads straight toward camera with your eyes visible (your face is 80% of the photo); minimally obstructing objects in camera view; no awkward crops that cut off hands/feet/neck ties/etc.

Key points: - Avoid any blurry, poorly cropped, highly edited photos and heavily filtered photos. You should show what you really look like. Making it highly edited and heavily filtered will make it look like you are hiding something and insecure.

-  You need high quality, realistic photos to pass the background check. Make sure your photos meet this criteria: avoid any blurry, cropped photos with heavy editing such as photoshop or makeup. Filtering won't necessarily keep someone from visiting you but it might be a red flag for some people who question why you would feel the need to filter so much when you aren't even in a professional setting.

Background information [to use as knowledge]: Avoid any blurry, poorly cropped, highly edited photos and heavily filtered photos. You should show what you really look like. Making it highly edited and heavily filtered will make it look like you are hiding something and insecure.

Background information [to use as knowledge, not to be copied verbatim]: You need high quality, realistic photos to pass the background check. Make sure your photos meet this criteria: avoid any blurry, cropped photos with heavy editing such as photoshop or makeup. Filtering won't necessarily keep someone from visiting you but it might be a red flag for some people who question why you would feel the need to filter so much when you aren't even in a professional setting.

 

- Have good quality photos that show reality. Avoid any blurry, poorly cropped, highly edited photos and heavily filtered photos. You should show what you really look like. Making it highly edited and heavily filtered will make it look like you are hiding something and insecure. - Make sure your photos meet this criteria: avoid any blurry, cropped photos with heavy editing such as photoshop or makeup. Filtering won't necessarily keep someone from visiting you but it might be a red flag for some people who question why you would feel the need to filter so much when you aren't even in a professional setting. - High resolution (at least 640x640 pixels), natural pose and expression, heads straight toward camera with your eyes visible (your face is 80% of the photo), minimal obstructing objects in camera view, no awkward crops that cut off hands/feet/neck ties/etc. -  You need high quality, realistic photos to pass the background check. Make sure your photos meet this criteria: avoid any blurry, cropped photos with heavy editing such as photoshop or makeup. Filtering won't necessarily keep someone from visiting you but it might be a red flag for some people who question why you would feel the need to filter so much when you aren't even in a professional setting.

 

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