Art of the Chopper

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MBI Publishing Company LLC, 2003 - Transportation - 256 pages
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In The Art of the Chopper, Tom Zimberoff focuses his photographic talent on the ultra exotic, ultra sexy, custom motorcycles built by today's hottest builders, -people like Billy Lane and Dave Perowitz. These remarkable machines turn to rolling sculptures when seen through Zimberoff's eye, an eye honed during his decades of work as a rock 'n roll photographer, touring with The Jackson-5, Stevie Wonder, The Rolling Stones, and Stephen Stills among others, and later in his photojournalism career, working for Time and other magazines. His photographs have appeared on the covers of Time, Fortune, Money, People, and numerous other magazines.

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Tom Zimberoff is an accomplished commercial photographer and photojournalist whose photographs have appeared on the covers of "Time, Fortune, Money, People, " and numerous other magazines. He is an authority on the topic of photo-business automation, on which he regularly teaches seminars at universities and trade schools such as RIT and the Art Institute of Atlanta. He is also the founder of Vertex Software, Inc., the publishers of PhotoByte(r) 2000. He writes for "Photo District News". He lives in San Rafael, California.

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