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The asymmetrical advise, in particular, is backed up by a lot of good psychology and design history. The Rule of Thirds is a strategy for organizing the parts of an image such that they are aesthetically appealing and in harmony with how our eyes like to scan a picture. Photographers are well-versed in the Rule of Thirds; it is a fundamental aspect of photography.

6. DON'T: Use a picture that seems to be from an online dating profile.

You'd be astonished at how often this one comes up. Your LinkedIn profile picture should convey assertiveness, confidence, inquisitiveness, dependability, and professionalism. It's not about seeming dreamy, wistful, or romantic. Leave the windswept beaches and equestrian shots to OkCupid. LinkedIn is only for business.

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