A Photographer's Guide to Body Language

A Photographer's Guide to Body Language : Harness the Power of Body Language to Create Stronger, More Meaningful Portraits and Create an Experience Your Clients Will Rave about

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Discover the secret to stronger portraits and easier client relationships ... and learn how they actually go hand in hand. Have you ever wondered why some portraits come out great, and others just don't work out despite using the same equipment and poses? Why the relationship with some clients is super easy and others are painful to work with? I certainly did! Then I leaned how to use the power of nonverbal communication and body language... and it changed my life! With this book, you will build theoretical and practical knowledge on how to use body language in your daily work as a portrait photographer. - Understand what body language is and why it is so important to our profession. - Create a positive experience and learn why it is key to getting connection in our portraits. - Discover body language cues and micro expressions in details, and understand what they mean when we see them in our pictures. - And finally, learn how to put it all together to create high impact, meaningful portraits that your clients will rave about! Written by Swiss Photographer Danielle (Dee) Libine and based on current scientific research as well as practical experience, a photographer's guide to Body Language addresses the aspects of body language that are important to still photography as well as how to use your own body language to improve client relationships and create a positive experience they will rave about.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 124 pages
  • 216 x 216 x 8mm | 323g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • colour illustrations
  • 1508579954
  • 9781508579953
  • 55,790

About Danielle Libine

Dee is a professional portrait photographer who has run photo studios internationally, with a wide variety of clients. Her success can be attributed to a unique style of coaching, so clients are relaxed, comfortable and confident, and exhibiting the right body language for the image they want to convey. Being a certified body language coach with Science of People, she has developed techniques to harness the power of body language to create this unique experience for her clients, and to get the results they want from their portraiture. A Swiss, Canadian and British national, she speaks English and French and has lived in Switzerland, Poland, and Hong Kong.show more