), I reckon everyone would relax into their photoshoot and ultimately love it.It’s not cheap though - prices range from £127 for a half hour shoot to £247 for 90 minutes.We moved on to a busy shopping area and I’m not going to lie, I was not only relaxed but lapping up the attention. For our final location, Saskia suggested right by the edge of the river.Sure, I got some people shouting things at me, but after hearing that one of Saskia’s clients was heckled by none other than Russell Brand, I felt almost disappointed. Wind in my hair, fake laughter on point, I was beginning to wonder whether I could pack in journalism for a modelling career.
Not only that but we’re pickier too - a profile full of group shots? “Our ethos is that the final photos look like one of your best friends, who happens to be fantastic at photography, took them while out and about with you,” Saskia explained, “Rather than, 'I'm so desperate I needed a pro photography shoot'.” A few minutes’ in, I feeling more relaxed, so Saskia suggested moving on to another spot.So whilst I really like my pictures and it was a lot of fun, you have to be really serious about dating to shell out for a shoot.I have the pictures, now I just need to manage to commit to using dating apps. So more and more people are turning to specialised dating photography agencies to ensure their pictures will give them the best possible chance of scoring a date. Well, according to Saskia Nelson, founder of the UK’s first online dating profile photography agency Hey Saturday, a lot of people are: “Our client numbers are doubling year on year approximately since we launched,” she told Upon Saskia’s recommendation, we met on the Southbank in London. The prospect of having a photoshoot in front of crowds of weekend tourists was terrifying, but luckily, Saskia suggested we start the shoot somewhere quieter. Who’s so desperate they’re willing to pay to have a professional photographer take pictures of them for their Tinder profile?