Anyone can teach you photography; Steve will teach you how to be a photographer.
"Traveling with you was what I would have imagined it would have been like to travel with Indiana Jones—only with cameras—no pistols or bullwhips.” Thomas Hartmann, N. Carolina
In Steve's workshops you will have the opportunity to work with internationally exhibited Cuban photographers, to go where they go and see what they see.
With the help of Steve and the Cuban photographers you will learn how to photograph the beauty of the island and its people as they, and you, experience this historic time of cultural change.
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Cuba Photography Workshops
Cuba: a photographer’s paradise. Whether it's people, architecture, or landscape; cities or villages; old cars or horse drawn carriages; Cuba is the place to be and now is the time to be there.
Steve Anchell is an accomplished street and documentary photographer with more than 15 years experience traveling to Cuba.
“Thank you also for providing us with insight into the culture as we went along – I would have never imagined getting up so close to capture the emotions of the people of Cuba.” Julie Lee, Fairfax, Va.
Join Steve photographing the villages and countryside of Southern France. We'll be visiting the Dordogne, Languedoc, and Provence where we will eat the finest food and drink the best wines. We will take daily excursions into the surrounding villages and countryside to photograph the people, architecture, and landscape.
Further details will be posted soon. Register on our site to receive updates.
“Not only did you help my photography technically and aesthetically with all your advice but most importantly you have motivated me to want to pick up my camera once again after a long time.”
“I am very inspired. I have been taking pictures everyday. You are an amazing artist/photographer.”
Melbourne Beach, Fla.
“This was one of the greatest adventures we have experienced.”