Inspirations of a Landscape Photographer
Author: Dimitri Vasileiou
The long awaited Book by Dimitri Vasileiou, with foreword by Pulitzer Prize winner and internationally acclaimed photographer Jack Dykinga is out now in pdf eBook format and available for immediate download.
Many years in the making, this compilation of stunning imagery beautifully showcases the work of this acclaimed photographer.
Drawing his own influences from various photographers of the past and present, Dimitri has developed his unique style, effortlessly conveying nature’s grandeur through his clean and uncomplicated, yet breath-taking, compositions.
Through his art, Dimitri has the enviable ability to visualise and create the most stunning images from sometimes quite simple or mundane subjects that others may, and do, pass by - inspiring us to 'stop looking and start seeing'.
The eBook contains 172 pages loaded with inspiring images, essays, stories and advice by the author, as well as complete information on locations and image exif data.
172 pages • File size 75.5 MB
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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.
Foreword By Jack Dykinga
Dimitri Vasileiou’s book “Inspirations” is just that: inspiring. By combining a keen sense of nuanced color and a mastery of “clean” design, he presents beautiful images that reflect his very personal style and vision. Other photographers will find much to learn in this book!
Pulitzer Prize Winner & Landscape Photographer
What the pros are saying
Pro landscape photographer, author and photo workshop instructor.
In this age of over-the-top digital darkroom concoctions, it is refreshing to see a photographer explore the subtler side of things, and to let his subjects speak for themselves. Dimitri Vasileiou approaches the landscape with a nuanced eye, and rather than try to jam every scene into some cookie-cutter composition, he instead encourages the world to bend ever so slightly to his artistic will. This book is a fascinating journey inside his head.
Workshop instructor and author of many articles on landscape photography.
"A superb collection of photographs by a photographer at the top of his game. The inspirational images are accompanied by detailed descriptions of how and when they were taken. I have personally been inspired by Dimitri's photographic style and now carefully consider lines leading to and from the corners of the frame when composing a picture. Check out how many of the photographs in this book use this technique".
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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.
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