12.11.12 by Jeff

Steve McCurry

Photographer Steve McCurry
“It Takes Two”, photos by Steve McCurry.

Photographer Steve McCurry

Photographer Steve McCurry

Photographer Steve McCurry

Photographer Steve McCurry

Photographer Steve McCurry

Photographer Steve McCurry

Photographer Steve McCurry

stevemccurry.com

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



  • andre4man

    Steve McCurry is without a doubt the best photographer ever. I would love to see more Nat Geo photographers on this site.

    • love his work – im not so familiar with photogs who’ve shot for national geographic, if you have recommendations of ppl i should look up let me know

      • andre4man

        Joel Sartore, Tim Laman, David Doubilet, Olson+Farlow, Michael Nichols
        and Paul Nicklen are the only guys I know off the top of my head. You
        might like my pictures too: http://www.flickr.com/photos/andrew4man/

      • thanks man ill look them up and your flickr too – cheers

  • my favorite Nat Geo photog ever is William Albert Allard. Though I may be prejudiced, being that he often shoots my home state.





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