Naked Hardcover – Nov 24 2011
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Top Customer Reviews
Rosser uses minimal backgrounds for his photographs - at time the background is simple white space, while at other times he uses a burnished wet silver sheen that sets of skin tonalities magnificently well. Other images are incidental 'sets', such as empty gyms or deserted buildings or the mere suggestion of a support system such as a corner, a wall, a couch, a ladder. From these setting he brings in a bevy of incredibly well sculpted models - alone and at times with another model - and from this combination of lighting, pristine judgement in composition, and extraordinarily virile and handsome men he makes images that are at one both art and sensuality. The manner in which he engages the models' eyes or paints theit bodies with water, light and shadow is nothing less than fine art.
There is a sense of intimacy here, a sense that Rosser seems to invite us, the viewer, into the arena of his edification of the male form. it is a very tempting invitation and one that will please the eyes and thoughts of the reader. Grady Harp, December 11
Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com (beta)
Rosser is foremost a portraitist: it all starts with the eyes.
But with his selection of amazingly-proportioned men enhanced by his masterful lighting, the combination produces images with several levels of sculptural eroticism.
It's no surprise that, after 2 weeks receiving my copy from Amazon, it is sold-out!
I highly recommend purchasing this excellent work by a young yet mature artist.