By E. Sally Lee & Justin S. Williams
Photographs and maps of İstanbul, Efes, Pamukkale, and Kapadokya in Turkey documenting one couple's winter travels through the country.
Artfully designed in a manner inspired by the works of Barbara Hodgson and Nick Bantock.
About the Author
Publish Date April 04, 2010
Dimensions Standard Landscape 36 pgs
Premium Paper, lustre finish
Tags Art, Istanbul, İstanbul, Photo, Photography, Travel, Vacation, Turkey, Türkiye
I've been to Turkey in 1998 and when I see your book it brings back all the fantastic memories I have of this country. Your book is awesome. There are no words to say how much I have enjoyed looking at it. I will buy it.
posted at 08:03am Oct 30 PST
My favorite book! An inspiration for my own feeble attempts at documenting my travel journeys. Thank you for your creativity. Travel more, please. I'm waiting to buy your next installment.
posted at 04:10pm Jan 10 PST
I am so impressed!!! The book is just great ..
posted at 12:23pm Nov 09 PST
Congratulations on a brilliant book! I too am jealous and makes my efforts look very amateurish. Just about to process all our Turkey photos and decide on where to go from here!!
posted at 07:45am Oct 27 PST
really well created book .. sir
posted at 12:08pm Aug 11 PST
Hi RamblingMan,Thanks for the comments! I'm glad you like it. I didn't use BookSmart at all in this. I took the photos and artwork and did the page layout and design using Adobe InDesign. Once I was completed, I exported that to PDFs (one for the cover and one for the interior) and uploaded that to Blurb.com.Doing it this way let me have very precise control about every aspect of the layout - from the transparencies to the fonts to the picture placement to the 'hand-drawn' components, to the drop shadows, to the gradient feathers... all the things I wanted to be able to control that Booksmart didn't have detailed controls for.
posted at 09:49am Jul 26 PST
great looking book guys - so the images are all done in adobe and then just dropped into booksmart ?
posted at 08:00am Jul 26 PST
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