Item description for Diana: A Princess Remembered by Glenn Harvey...
Often described as the most photographed woman in the world, Princess Diana continues to fascinate fans worldwide as celebrity, icon, and philanthropist. The glamour and joy she gave to millions is captured and commemorated with many rare and previously unpublished photographs, revealing special moments in the public eye. Outstanding, award-winning images of Diana traveling the globe---from Australia to Egypt, Hong Kong to India, Pakistan to Thailand, and certainly covering Di-mania in the United States---show why she became universally loved. A unique accompanying DVD contains many of the images from the book, additional photographs, and an exclusive gallery of 30 previously unseen photographs. These images can be viewed as a slideshow and have been edited to a backing soundtrack.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 11.73" Width: 8.58" Height: 0.87" Weight: 2.78 lbs.
Release Date May 15, 2007
Publisher Southbank Publishing
ISBN 1904915183 ISBN13 9781904915188
Availability 0 units.
More About Glenn Harvey
Glenn Harvey has specialized in photographing the lives of the British Royal Family; 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 "and" Life "magazines.
Reviews - What do customers think about Diana: A Princess Remembered?
Nostalgic and Sweet Oct 2, 2007
Lovely picture book in tribute to a lovely lady. If you are a fan, you will also appreciate the bonus DVD that comes with the book. I'm glad I bought it, well worth the money.
Nice picture book, better than I expected Aug 3, 2007
Very nice picture book of the life of the late Princess as photographed by Glenn Harvey. It's divided into sections, sometimes a country- other times by subject matter and not all in chronological order. Almost all of the shots are of the Princess (some of these appear to have been cropped just to show her) with a few crowd shots or something like that.
The text is a sort of autobiography of Mr. Harvey as he followed Diana around, it's worth reading and very respectful of the Princess.
The DVD is a kind of slide show, set- in my copy (from this site.UK last January)- to a jazzy piano soundtrack. It is also worth a look.
Maybe not the best, most informative book on Diana but it is worth having if you're interested in her.