• Nadav Kander
  • Posted 59 months ago by Jack Lowe · Art & Design · 13538 Views
  • Isreal born Nadav Kander moved to Johannesburg, South Africa, with his parents aged just three-years-old. It was here, at thirteen, that he picked up his first camera, and here that he decided he wanted to be a professional photographer after serving his two-years compulsory National Service in an Air Force darkroom. As soon as cleared out of the Air Force he moved to London and followed his dream while squatting two streets from where he resides now. He has since become a world-renowned photographer and has shot for a plethora of big name brands and magazines. The personal series below, "Yantze, The Long River", is a documentary of the people (one in every eighteen on the planet - more than the entire USA) who live on its banks and their surrounding landscapes.

    www.nadavkander.com

    • these are incredible
    • Brian Posted 59 months ago · 64 Reply
    • Wow, spectacular shots. Words cannot describe.
    • Alex Posted 59 months ago · 57 Reply
    • wowza
    • logan Posted 59 months ago · 52 Reply
    • These are nice! Probably Nadav's best work I reckon. I still prefer Burtynsky's China series though....
    • Steve Posted 59 months ago · 58 Reply
    • amazing. I'm not a huge photography fan, but these are breath-taking I love the image looking down the stairs with the flood water rushing by outside the window. beautiful
    • Liza Posted 59 months ago · 65 Reply
    • More pastel colored landscape images with a touch of construction and architecture. When is this tired trend, begun by struth &co in the 90s ever going to stop!?
    • Larry Posted 58 months ago · 69 Reply
    • i really love these images. his website has a whole host of other incredible photos as well.
    • hanna-katrina Posted 58 months ago · 69 Reply