We are pleased to announce the publication of our newest photography eBook, Images of Greece.
NOTE: Click on images to enlarge.
To give readers a good idea of the eBook’s content and style this article features some jpegs made from the eBook’s PDF file.
Images of Greece is a 200-page photography eBook which features over 235 original photographs captured at some of the most popular locations in Greece.
These include Mykonos, Santorini, Nafplio, Olympus, Delphi and Meteora.
While not a definitive collection representing the entire country, this eBook provides readers with a sampling of photographic subjects.
These include examples of landscape, architectural and street photography.
Images of Greece is designed as a B5 horizontal eBook, measuring 250mm x 176mm, or approximately 9.8 inches x 6.9 inches.
We have intentionally designed the eBook with a minimum amount of copy in order to showcase the photographs from this magnificent country.
The jpeg above of the Nafplio section is typical of the copy approach we have taken throughout the Images of Greece eBook.
While I captured most of the images contained in this new eBook, my wife also contributed a small number of photographs to it. The Meteora image below is an example of her work.
All of the photographs featured in Images of Greece were captured hand-held using Nikon 1 gear (V2 and J1 models).
Standard anti-piracy encryption which restricts printing, file editing, and copying and pasting content is in place. Unique QR coding has been done with Images of Greece. We hope that readers understand the need to properly protect intellectual property during a time when intellectual theft is rampant.
Images of Greece is now available for purchase and download at a cost of $9.99 Canadian.
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