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RSVP Photo Guidelines

When deciding what photos to add to your profile there's a few key things to remember:


Your primary photo must be a clear photo of just you (no group photos) that shows your full head and shoulders, or full head and down to your waist. Sunglasses or objects that obscure your face are not permitted. However, photos with pets are accepted, as long as the animal does not obscure your face.

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Once you've uploaded your primary photo, why not add a few more to your gallery. Here you can show more of your personality and add more profile, group or action shots.

We all like to show places we've been, cars we own, houses we live in and celebrities we've met, however there's not much point in showing a photo without you in it, so make sure you don't forget to include yourself in the photo.

While we encourage you to include photos that reflect your personality and talents e.g. artworks or hobbies, you shouldn't fill your gallery with just these photos. Members want to see you, as well as what you're interested in.

For your own privacy, if you include a photo showing any personal details e.g. car licence plate number, please ensure all identifiable details are blurred out.

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What's allowed?

What's not allowed?

The photo guidelines apply to all RSVP profiles effective: 03/08/2016