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  • Author:
    Glenn Harvey,Mark Saunders
  • ISBN:
    185782217X
  • ISBN13:
    978-1857822175
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  • Publisher:
    John Blake (June 15, 2007)
  • Pages:
    228 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Photography & Video
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  • Rating:
    4.3
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Glenn Harvey and Mark Saunders are Britain's most celebrated paparazzi photographers . In "Diana and the Paparazzi" the two photographers publish their most exclusive pictures and the extraordinary stories behind them.

Glenn Harvey and Mark Saunders are Britain's most celebrated paparazzi photographers - long-serving professionals in a tough industry where you're only one scoop away from glory or ruination. They photograph only members of Britain's royal family. There are confrontations, elaborate games of cat and mouse and hilarious anecdotes within these pages, as well as a unique insight into the workings of the paparazzi and the pressures they place upon their subjects.

Mark Saunders, Glenn Harvey. Diana, Princess of Wales was the most photographed woman in the world: her beautiful face adorned everything from charity campaigns to style magazines, from royal family memorabilia to tabloid newspapers. Glenn Harvey and Mark Saunders are Britain's most celebrated paparazzi photographers - long-serving professionals in a tough industry where you're only one scoop away from glory or ruination. Their paths would inevitably cross, and when they did it was often with spectacular results.

Diana and the Paparazzi book. Through their work, paparazzi photographers Glenn Harvey and Mark Saunders witnessed a side to her personality that the public did not. This collection brings together their most exclusive pictures with the extraordinary stories Princess Diana's beautiful face adorned everything from charity campaigns to style magazines, from royal family memorabilia to tabloid newspapers.

Diana, Princess of Wales was the most photographed woman in the world: her beautiful face adorned everything from charity campaigns to style magazines, from royal family memorabilia to tabloid newspapers. In this book, the authors publish their most exclusive pictures and tell the stories behind them.

Through their work, paparazzi photographers Glenn Harvey and Mark Saunders witnessed a side to her personality that the public did not. This collection brings together their most exclusive pictures with the extraordinary stories behind them. There are confrontations, elaborate games of cat and mouse, and hilarious anecdotes within these pages as well as a unique insight into the workings of the paparazzi and the pressures they place upon their subjects.

The Princess and the Paparazzi: How Diana's Death Changed the British Media. It was 9pm on 3 March, 1994, and paparazzi photographers Mark Saunders and Glenn Harvey were sipping coffee in Kensington, west London. The pair had spent the day attempting to photograph the most famous woman in the world, without success. Then Harvey’s cell rang; Princess Diana had been spotted by a contact driving into the Chelsea Harbour development with an unidentified male companion

Glenn Harvey has specialized in photographing the lives of the British Royal Family; he has been awarded and . He is the author of Diana: A Princess Remembered.

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. Mark Saunders was royal correspondent for the Windsor Express, the Queen's local newspaper, for five years. In that role he covered more than 200 official royal functions. Harvey and Saunders are the coauthors of Diana and the Paparazzi

Mark Saunders, Glenn Harvey. Place of Publication. Harvey and Saunders are the coauthors of Diana and the Paparazzi. 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. Country of Publication. John Blake Publishing Ltd.

The latest book to cash in on the cult of Diana is likely to horrify even her fiercest critics. Paparazzi tag team Glenn Harvey and Mark Saunders are now haunting Diana in death with a tasteless 228-page book boasting of their exploits.

Princess Diana's beautiful face adorned everything from charity campaigns to style magazines, from royal family memorabilia to tabloid newspapers. Through their work, paparazzi photographers Glenn Harvey and Mark Saunders witnessed a side to her personality that the public did not. This collection brings together their most exclusive pictures with the extraordinary stories behind them. There are confrontations, elaborate games of cat and mouse, and hilarious anecdotes within these pages as well as a unique insight into the workings of the paparazzi and the pressures they place upon their subjects. The photographs discussed include Diana sneaking the married Oliver Hoare into Kensington Palace for a secret nightcap and Princess Diana with Will Carling during a secret visit to Twickenham. Mark and Glenn's exploits highlight the tenuous relationship they had with the Princess, often angering her, at other times being manipulated to protect her public image, but throughout, the photographers never lose sight of the respect and high esteem in which they held the Princess.


Rocky Basilisk
Added this book to my "Diana" collection. The subject matter is controversial because, as a fan of hers, there are times that perhaps I even contributed to her death by having an interest in her and wanting to read about her but not to the intrusive level that she found herself living with. We do know now that she invited some of the press attention. Fortunately, the press are leaving her children and grandchildren alone except for when invited. RIP Diana.
Hbr
I was disappointed to find that this book, promoted as new, is basically an updated version of "Dicing with Di", written in the late '90s. As I was reading it I thought it sounded really familiar, so I sat down with the new book and "Dicing with Di" and found many of the same stories. Yes, there were a few different pictures, but nothing to be able to say Wow!! about. And adding a note written 10 years after the first book to the end of the new book doesn't constitute "new". Knowing the amount of time these guys spent chasing Diana, you'd think they'd have enough stories and pictures for a totally new book. Save your money and just re-read "Dicing with Di."
Snake Rocking
I rated this one star because zero wasn't an option. I'm not quite sure what exactly the authors were attempting to accomplish with this book. Well, apart from continuing to make money off the very person that to this day, try to blame for her own untimely death. These two Gentlemen, and I use the term Gentlemen loosely, do not acknowledge nor do they accept any personal responsibility for their contribution to the upset and ultimate death of Diana. The bottom line is, Diana Windsor and Dodi Fayed were victims. Victims of the media's need to take photos and make money off them, victims of our need to buy them and victims of a drunk driver. Was the driver of her car drunk? Yes. Should he have been driving? No. Would he have been if they had been left alone that evening? No. Would Dodi Fayed have allegedly told his driver to speed away from the Paparazzi? No. There wouldn't have been a reason to. No chase! No Crash! We are to blame. The media for chasing them to get pictures and us for buying them. One criticism that really bothered me in this book was the "How Dare She" attitude of the authors, that Diana thought she should be allowed to walk down the street or shop in a store without harassment from the media or public. Well, she should have been able to. Despite the fact that she was famous. She was always willing to oblige when on public display. That should have been enough. Any one of us would have reached the point of hysteria and began acting out if we were constantly hounded as she was. Anyone who says differently is a liar. The authors also state that the Diana "Paparazzi Years" had ended six months prior to her death. This is an obvious attempt to step away from blame. They ended the night the Paparazzi played a part in killing her by chasing her car at a high rate of speed until it crashed.
This book reads as if to invoke sympathy from the public for the paparazzi who hounded Diana for her verbal attacks on them. They received none from me. Nothing really new to this book. Maybe some previously unpublished photos. They all look like photos I've seen before.
Rainshaper
The book was ok, reads like the other books by people who either knew Diana, worked for Diana, or took pictures of Diana. I expected to see new photos in the book that was not seen before. There is a couple.

Disappointed to say the least........
Rich Vulture
I really don't know why I purchased this book. I have the author's previous book, 'Dicing with Di' (which has become a collector's item) that I purchased shortly after her death on ebay. After reading the first book, I was somewhat shocked at the attitude of the paparazzi towards the Princess. Very snide and unsympathetic. I couldn't help feeling great sympathy for her, what with these hounds after her day and night. I will be selling the second book on ebay, not worth hanging on to.
Sha
This book appears to be a different version of events than the book these two men wrote whilst the Princess was still alive. (Dicing with Di) Their first book was much better, and probably more honest. For somebody with thousands of unpublished photos of the Princess they should have just made a photo book - it would have been more interesting and sold more copies. I was disappointed.
Lavivan
For all intents and purposes, this IS "Dicing With Di", the book written by these same idiots a decade ago. My guess is that they're trying to ride the wave of publicity the 10 Year Anniversary of her death brings and tried to update their old, sorry book. Shame on them. The first one wasn't good . . . why they bothered with updating it is more than I can understand.
great book