For The Love Of The Photograph
Let me cut to the chase. Buy Chloe Lodge’s book, “For The Love Of The Photograph” now. In fact, on February 29th, New Zealand time, you can buy the book and the accompanying journal for $29 each.
If you are still looking for that #1 reason, it’s built into the title of the book! It’s a strong buy from me because you, like me, absolutely LOVE creating photographs.
Other Reasons You Will Want Chloe Lodge’s Book
Now that I have the most urgent matter out of the way, let me give you my perspective on the book called “For The Love Of The Photograph“.
Most photography books are pedantic and pedestrian. Lodge’s book, within arm’s reach on my desk, is conversational and convenient. As you read along, it’s as if a dear friend was sitting next to you to explain everything they know about photography.
It’s small form factor makes it supremely convenient to carry around town to a coffee shop. It’s crisp printing and colorful photographs make the book very engaging. You turn the page and your are brought to a complete halt at Lodge’s own gorgeous photography in and around her farm house in New Zealand.
My Takeaways From The Book
What did I take away from it? Be more present with light, to understand moment and gesture, to embrace color and to play to your heart’s content with what and who you have right in front of you.
I assure you will be tickled by her observations and her insight. Having been in this business for about 20 years now, few things surprise me now. But Lodge’s words reverberated within me, echoing as if I had said them myself at some point or another. It’s a somewhat weird but welcome feeling.
Interview With Chloe Lodge
By now you know the drill. I look forward to speaking with photographers from around the world. It was quite easy to track Chloe Lodge down to see if she might be interested in talking about her book, “For The Love Of The Photograph.” So, give this chat between us a listen –
Buy The Book Today … Buy The Journal, Too
This book will inspire you for years to come. If you treat it as a “recipe book” you might just end up making one heckuva meal. There are 10 chapters in all. You are allowed to skip around if you wish. Come back and read something all over again, if you want. It’s totally up to you.
What you will find, I suspect, is over time as your understanding and practice of photography grows, the words in the book will resonate within you even more. That’s the beauty of this book. It’s not a once-and-done type of book at all. It calls you back again and again, as it fills you up with a little different ingredient as you read it from a new perspective.
Yes, leap into photography with a book that will distinguish your work over time. I urge you to buy the book (no commissions being made here folks) and the journal that now accompanies it. Remember the special time limited flash sale on February 29th (it’s New Zealand time and they are way ahead of us).