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About Danielle Libine

Danielle (Dee) Libine is a professional portrait photographer and business coach. She has run photo studios in Switzerland and in Hong Kong, with a wide variety of clients. Being a certified body language coach with Science of People, a human behaviour research lab, she has developed techniques to harness the power of body language to create a unique experience for her clients, and to get the results they want from their portraiture. Before turning to photography and business coaching full time, Dee was a financial analyst with a Fortune 500 company, then worked as a financial software consultant. She is as comfortable in the board room as she is behind the camera. A Swiss, Canadian and British national, she speaks English and French and has lived in Switzerland, Poland, and Hong Kong.

Interview Elke: creating social media profile photos with the right Body Language

For many, leaving their day job to pursue their passion as a photographer is only a distant dream, but for Elke Spinnewyn, a 31 year old project manager, this dream has become a reality. Elke spent the last 10 years working in web development and regularly had to work with bad quality portraits for her clients [...]

The Art Of Posing Rangefinder magazine

The Art of Posing Rangefinder magazine discusses the basics of Body Language. Have you ever wondered what a pose actually is? Why one pose conveys power, another sweetness? Why the slightest shift can impact the mood of the image dramatically? A few months back I met up with the fabulastic team over at Rangefinder [...]

How to look more trustworthy and competent in pictures

Can we engineer pictures to appear more trustworthy and competent? You can engineer trustworthiness, but not competence... or can you? Many studies show that we jump to conclusions about a person’s intentions when we look at their picture because of the expression on their face. It's fairly easy to engineer an expression because we rely [...]

Anger – understanding and using emotions in our portraits

Recognising anger, and when to use or avoid it in your pictures. Our facial expressions are one of key ways we convey emotion in our pictures, and the slightest tension in the face can have a huge impact on the feel of the image. Recognising and understanding emotions helps us become stronger portrait artists.The slightest tension in the face can have [...]

Interview with Sean Martin – male body language

Photographing the Male form with Sean Martin. With the advent of Boudoir photography, there has been a lot of discussion on how to make women look sexy and attractive, but what about men? To find out, I met up with Sean Martin who specialises in the male form here in Switzerland. Sean's fascination for human behavior and expression started early on [...]

Interview with Lou Freeman: Glamour Photography

Glamour is in my view the trickiest area of portrait photography. Glamour - in my view - is the trickiest area of portrait photography. There is a very very fine line to walk to hit that "glamour" feeling and not fall into either awkwardness or vulgarity... and Lou Freeman is a master at hitting the [...]

Don’t say Cheese!!! avoid fake smiles in portraits

Head on over to Digital Photography School to read my new article and learn how to avoid fake smiles in portraits. http://digital-photography-school.com/how-to-avoid-fake-smiles-in-your-portraits/ Article for Digital Photography School Digital Photography School I am very honoured to have the opportunity to write for Digital Photography School, an incredible learning resource for digital [...]

Professional Photographer Magazine Body Language Analysis

I am super honored and over the moon to see my book featured in this month's edition of Professional Photographer Magazine Body Language Analysis. In the article on page 19 we look at the body language in different photos, what it says about them, and what would be their best use.

GMB Akash Interview: Connecting the world through emotion

Most Body Language is universal For a long time, people believed that body language was learned through imitation, but research over that last 50 years demonstrated that a large part of our body language is in fact encoded in us and is mostly universal. One example comes from research by Jessica Tracy and David Matsumoto. When [...]

What’s better than one awesome offer? Two awesome offers :)

We've just been made eligible to launch a US Kindle Countdown promotion and I want you to take advantage of it right away! So starting now, if you have a US Amazon account, you can get a photographer's guide to body language on Kindle for only 2.99! That's an 88% discount on the normal price! don't wait [...]

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