3 of 3(100%)customers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Chloe-Jasmine Whichello
Review 1 for Chloe-Jasmine Whichello
Worthy of 6 stars?
23 April 2011
The fine art photography in this book conveys a welcome ‘feel good’ mood during this time of austerity. The imagery provides food for the soul for the art lover, and inspiration/motivation for photographers. As a tool for photographers, the review by TRW sums up it’s value perfectly.
Review 2 for Chloe-Jasmine Whichello
Next generation art and photography must-have!§
14 April 2011
There are that many books available to photographers that it's rare for something really different to come along. But something has. Chloe Jasmine Whichello by Damien Lovegrove (let's just call it CJW for now) is a triumph in three parts...
Firstly, it's a very fine item to have on show; the quality of the book, from the binding to the print, is first-rate and the images are an attractive tour de force, showcasing not just the masterful technique of a photographer at the top of his game but also wit and warmth.
Secondly, it will become an invaluable reference to photographers - professional and enthusiasts alike - who are looking for inspiration, either for day to day portrait ideas or to create a really special work for a valued client. The use of lighting, be it available light, flash or continuous, creates looks from classic Hollywood, through modern mixed-light and 'relaxed Sunday morning' right through to epic set pieces. All the while, CJW herself inhabits the environment in a way that inspires us to set the scene then forget about the lights and create a story.
And that's what the third part is about. CJW (the book, this time) isn't about f-stops and ISO settings; it's about taking the next step on and adding another dimension to our basic skills. Recognising that photographing people is about, well, people. CJW shows what can be done when you can light up your work with enthusiasm and communication and it's this honest, unselfconscious offering which sets the book apart and makes it a must for anyone serious about making their portrait work fun, expressive and desirable.
Review 3 for Chloe-Jasmine Whichello
12 April 2011
A beautiful book of photography and words.
Having seen some of the images of Chloe on Damien's blog, I ordered the book half expecting to be maybe a little disappointed in the same way that you see a film trailer at the cinema and then when you watch the full length film you realise that all of the best bits were in the trailer, but definitely not on this occasion.
The book is a wonderful collection of images and words, and if you're a photographer a great book for reference.