OVER 150 SUPERB PHOTOGRAPHS IN COLOUR AND 30 UNSEEN IMAGES ON THE DVD
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Diana - A Princess Remembered commemorates and celebrates the life of a true Twentieth Century Icon.
Using stunning images from the private collection of prize-winning, international photographer Glenn Harvey, Diana - A Princess Remembered shows why she became universally loved as she travelled the globe, visiting Australia, Brazil, Canada, Egypt, England, France, Germany, Hungary, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Nepal, Nigeria, Oman, Pakistan, Spain, Scotland, Thailand, not forgetting 'Di mania' in USA.
The glamour and joy Princess Diana gave to millions is captured with many rare and previously unpublished photographs, revealing special moments in the public eye. Presidents, Emperors, Kings, Tribal and Religious leaders were all taken by the impact she had on so many people and the affection they held for her in return.
Diana - A Princess Remembered, contains over 150 outstanding and award-winning photographs from home and around the world.
This special edition comes with a unique and region-free DVD compatible with all systems that contains many of the images from the book with additional photographs and also includes an exclusive gallery of 30 previously unseen photographs. These images can be viewed as a slideshow and have been edited to a backing soundtrack, providing a unique alternative to view these wonderful scenes.
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About the Author:
Glenn Harvey has specialised in photographing the lives of the British Royal Family. Accredited by Buckingham Palace he has been awarded and acclaimed for his photographic work featuring Princess Diana and other members of The Royal Family. His work has been published worldwide, regularly appearing in Time, Life and Paris Match. Glenn currently works with the UK press as a consultant and photographer on special news projects. He lives in Hampshire, England.