07.08.08 by Jeff

Andrew Zuckerman

Andrew Zuckerman has photographed a lot of famous people – just last month his photograph of Nelson Mandela made the cover of Time magazine. His portraits are quite good but personally, I am a big fan of his landscapes…

boooom photo photography photographer andrew zuckerman blog

boooom photo photography photographer andrew zuckerman blog

boooom photo photography photographer andrew zuckerman blog

boooom photo photography photographer andrew zuckerman blog

http://www.andrewzuckerman.com/













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • manu

    You are right his landscapes are incredible, such colours….

  • Kyle

    Unreal, so vivid.. looks almost fairy tale. Great find!

  • Tim Maguire

    I love Andrew Zuckerman’s work, and I really liked this film made by some climate change students in Edinburgh who were inspired by his wisdom project: check it out?
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=voIP0Q0239s

  • http://www.cyworld.com/kor373 DearArt

    Wow, this is amazing. I love fourth photo.





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