Using Tinder or any other dating site can come with a boatload of anxiety. Worrying you may be overselling yourself with your photo selection. We asked online dating expert Laurie Davis, founder of the online dating concierge service e Flirt and author of Love @ First Click, for some tips for making your Tinder photos represent not only your best self, but also your true self.It makes sense that you'd want to post only the best photos on your dating profile. Read on for her tips and learn how to best represent yourself through online dating photos.We're all guilty of editing and filtering and editing and filtering and editing again.

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"If you only focus on photos from the waist up, it can seem like a lie of omission," Davis said.

This photo of Tech Insider deputy tech editor Steve Kovach is great and could definitely be included on his profile.

But if he only has pictures like that one, it might leave potential dates confused about what he actually looks like in person.

It's tempting to post photos of special events after you've had your hair and makeup done and your outfit tailored.

It definitely isn't a totally realistic photo of me.

And according to Davis, that's all because of the angle.

It's tempting to only post photos from the neck up, but Davis said this is a no-no.

Lots of people care about their potential dates' body type.

But according to Davis, if your profile solely includes photos of yourself as a bridesmaid or groomsman, this could boost your date's expectations a little too much.