Inspiring Photography Tours & Workshops

The eBook

One question I am constantly being asked by other photographers and especially people who participate to my workshops is this: ‘What is your secret processing technique that produces beautiful and natural looking pictures’?

This is my reply, the publication of this eBook of my Lightroom technique with screengrabs and text that will guide you step by step through my way of processing a landscape picture. You see, the secret is out now.


Image Processing • Wester Ross

35 pages • File size 8.5 MB

This is a large file, please allow enough time for download after transaction.

The eBook comes in the form of a pdf file and can be read on PC, Mac, iPad, Android and most small devices. All images in this eBook are of high definition and can be printed for personal use only.

Price £5.99

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Downloading and saving on PC, iPad, Tablets

All our eBooks and eGalleries are created by using Adobe software. For best reading results we strongly recommend you fully download the pdf file and open it in the latest version of the free ‘Adobe Reader’. Any other reader including web browsers might not be fully compatible and might not display the full content correctly. Avoid reading them on the browser.

How can I save and read the eBook/eGallery on my iPad?

We recommend you install the free Adobe Reader app to start with – make sure you always use the latest version. Now, use the iPad’s Safari browser (avoid using Chrome or any other browser) to visit the website and access the download page or from within your email (if it is a free download). Click the download button and start downloading (allow sufficient time for the download). As soon as download is finished, the pdf file will open for viewing. Gently tap on the cover, a bar should appear briefly at the top of the screen that reads “Open in Adobe”, click on it. It will take a few seconds and then the pdf file will be placed in your Adobe’s stack. You may also try the iBooks app or any other app you wish. However, we do not really recommend them as they might not be fully compatible. All above is also recommended for other tablets and mobile devices but allow for any variations.

Please Note: Some buyers have reported problems with missing or messed up text when the pdf is viewed in iBooks. We test every pdf on iPad and the newest iPad retina and we do not publish before we are certain that the pdf displays perfectly well. However, latest upgrades on various devices can cause font compatibility issues that can affect the way a pdf file is displayed, hence we recommend Adobe Reader.

All material in our eBooks / eGalleries is copyright protected and may not be reproduced or used in any form of media including ebooks, books, magazines, websites and so on without permission from the photographer and owner Dimitri Vasileiou.

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