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Commercial & editorial photographer Gale Zucker is the co-author of the book Craft Activism: People, Projects & Ideas from the New Community of Handmade, by PotterCraft 2011, chosen for Best Books of 2011 by both Library Journal and Amazon. She is also the photographer/co-author of Shear Spirit: Ten Farms, Twenty Projects and Miles of Yarn (PotterCraft 2008) and the photographer for Mason Dixon: Knitting Outside the Lines (October 2008)
In 2012, she did the photography for WearWith All, a book by a collaborative of Minnesota designers, and is presently at work on a book of patterns for Green Mountain Spinnery, and, most thrillingly, a book of portraits of from the NY Sheep & Wool Festival from Cooperative Press.
When not shooting knitwear subjects, Gale is an award-winning photographer who’s worked on assignment for Smithsonian, Yankee, Wine Spectator, TV Guide, CraftStylish, USA Weekend , Womans Day, and for The New York Times, as well as for non-profit foundations and businesses.
Gale has been teaching the Photography for Knitters workshops since 2009, leading classes literally coast-to-coast, as well ast at events such as Fiber College of Maine, Shepherds Harvest in Minnesota, and at Interweave Knitting Lab New England.
A lifelong knitter & crafter, Gale lives in shoreline CT with her family.
• Professional website Gale Zucker Photography http://www.gzucker.com/
• Her knit blog She Shoots Sheep Shots http://www.ezisus.blogspot.com/
• Ravelry as SheShootsSheep
• Facebook Gale Zucker Photography http://www.facebook.com/GaleZuckerPhoto
• Twitter @galezucker
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Great teacher! Very knowledgeable!
from Central Massachusetts
Comments about Gale Zucker:
Gale was informative, very knowledgeable, and very good at getting information across to her students. The class was an excellent mix of technical information (for the people that had the techie mindsets) and concrete tips and tricks (for those of us that weren't quite so… techie *grin*). She was very well-prepared with handouts and a very nice visual presentation. We had lots of hands-on time with our cameras, and WEBS provided a great outdoor space with a variety of lighting situations for us to try.
The students had a nice mix of higher-end cameras down to the point-and-shoot cameras, and Gale helped us get the best out whatever camera we had.
I highly recommend taking a class from Gale Zucker!