We’d like to thank the many readers from all over the world that have already purchased a copy of The Little Camera That Could – we appreciate your support! To provide folks with more insights on the content of our Nikon 1 eBook, I will be publishing a small selection of content areas over the next week or so. The first instalment is the Travel ~ Greece section. This segment shares some photographs captured in Greece with a Nikon 1 V2 and provides some commentary on the experience.
The jpegs in this article were made from the original PDF file for The Little Camera That Could, and have lost a bit of quality when compared to the eBook file pages.
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There are a total of nine travel photography sections in The Little Camera That Could in addition to the Travel ~ Greece portion. Other destinations include: British Columbia, Colorado, New Zealand, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, South Dakota, and Wyoming.
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Another eBook that may be of interest is Images of Greece. It is also available for purchase and download at a cost of $9.99 Canadian.
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