Settled by the foothills of Sierra Escambray, the colonial city of Trinidad has been a Unesco World Heritage Site since 1988. 
Unseen Cuba, © Marius Jovaisa

Unseen Cuba

Here is a link to an article entitled “Unseen Cuba” about amazingly beautiful photos by Lithuanian aerial photographer and publisher Marius Jovaiša. If you’re not yet excited about visiting Cuba perhaps this will get your juices flowing. I look forward to seeing some of you in December (no time at all), and the rest in […]

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10% off Inkjet papers

Greetings, All. Many of you are familiar with Freestyle Photographic Sales from darkroom days. Founded in 1946, Freestyle it built its reputation supplying discounted film, paper, and darkroom supplies to photographers and schools. It is also known for importing world-class materials that you could not buy in the U.S., such as Mitsubishi and Oriental Seagull […]

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French Alps

Southern France Poll

Greetings, All.I would like to ask for your assistance. I am planning a workshop to Southern France in May 2016 and can’t decide if it should be in the French Alps and Provence, or Provence and the Languedoc. I have created two possible itineraries. TheFrench/Provence trip will be 10 days, more structured, and visit more […]

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Digital Photo Assignments

Digital Photo Assignments, my new book published by Focal Press, will be released on August 26. It can be pre-ordered from Amazon using this short link: Photo Assignments is based on my experiences teaching at OSU. I adapted assignments from 32 years of teaching workshops, came up with a few new ones, and asked […]

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Historic Moment

Greetings, All. This is an historic moment. No, President Obama isn’t lunching on the Malecón with Prime Minister Merkel. It’s more historic than that. This is my first blog post, on Cuba or any other topic. You can tell your great grandchildren, “I … I was there, that day when Anchell first blogged.” You can […]

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