On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to Jim Zuckerman, professional photographer, who has written 25 books on photography and leads photo tours all over the world to the most fascinating places..
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Jim Zuckerman left his medical studies in 1970 to pursue his love of photography and turn it into a career. He has taught creative photography at many universities and private schools, including UCLA, the Hallmark School of Photography, the Palm Beach Photographic Center, and Kent State University. He currently leads many international photo excursions to exotic destinations such as Namibia, Morocco, Indonesia, Patagonia, France, the Balkans, Iceland and Brazil.
Jim has had photo exhibitions in art galleries in Palm Springs, Delray Beach, Detroit, and Los Angeles. His fine art prints hang in dozens of private collections
Jim was a contributing editor to Photographic Magazine for four decades. His images, articles, and photo features have been published in scores of books and magazines including Time-Life books, publications of the National Geographic Society, Outdoor Photographer, Life Magazine, Omni Magazine, Conde Nast Traveler, Shutterbug, and National Wildlife. He is the author of 15 books in print and 11 ebooks on photography, and he teaches on-line courses on photography available through this website.
The work of Jim Zuckerman has been used for packaging, advertising and editorial layouts in more than forty countries.
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