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Jim Zuckerman Wall Art

Jim Zuckerman is a photographer who specializes in travel, nature, and wildlife photography and digital effects. Zuckerman went to college to study medicine but his love of photography could not let him complete his studies, so he left his medical studies in 1970 to pursue his love of photography and he turned it into a full time career. Today, Zuckerman leads many international photo excursions to exotic destinations such as Turkey, Botswana, Namibia, Indonesia, Burma, India, China, Ethiopia, Eastern Europe and Kenya. He has also taught creative photography at many private schools and universities, including the Palm Beach Photographic Center, the Hallmark School of Photography, Kent State University and UCLA. Zuckerman states that he leaves the dark side of life to other photographers and only photographs beauty. His diversity in style and technique is unique in the professional arena. His fine art prints hang in scores of private collections.

He has had photo exhibitions in art galleries in Los Angeles, Detroit, Delray Beach, and Palm Springs. He has been a contributing editor to Photographic Magazine for more than forty years. His photo features, articles, and images have been published in numerous magazines and books including publications of the National Geographic Society, Greece’s Opticon Time-Life books, Life Magazine, Outdoor Photographer, Omni Magazine, Shutterbug, Science Fiction Age, Conde Nast Traveler, and Australia’s Photo World. In addition, he is featured in three instructional DVDs. Zuckerman has authored 20 books on photography including five eBooks. He now teaches many on-line courses. His photographs are in great demand all over the world.
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