Anchell Cuba Photo Workshops & Tours 2017 is not affected by the new travel regulations

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Cuban Street Photographer - Havana Street Photography Workshop

Cuban Street Photographer

Before leaving for on my most recent workshop to Cuba a member of the Darkroom Cookbook Forum wrote to ask me if I knew what kind of film and paper South American street photographers used to expose and process in bright sunlight. I didn’t at the time but I promised to find out. I met […]

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Cuban Street Photographer - Havana Street Photography Workshop 2017

Havana Street Photography Workshop 2017

Havana Street Photography WorkshopHavana & the Vinales ValleyDecember 8 to 16, 2017Register for the Workshop“Listening to, observing, and following Steve Anchell in the city streets of Cuba is an experience not to be missed and long valued.” Nick Mobile, Malvern, Pa.This is a workshop to learn and practice the techniques of street photography as taught […]

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Family Outcast - University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee

2016 Scholarship Award & Honorable Mentions

The 2016 Anchell Scholarship for Documentary Photography Award Recipient is Nicolas Umbs of the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, for his documentary project “Family Outcast.”Judges Lori Grinker, Ken Light, and Anne Havinga chose Mr. Umbs in a blind judging from among thirty submissions. He has received his award in the amount of $1000 and a certificate […]

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Juliana Viana

New York Institute of PhotographyHonorable MentionAnchell Scholarship for Documentary PhotographyCafé BrazilI’m passionate for people history and cultures, I like to connect with people and capture moments of life in naturalness, focusing mainly in social documentary, and show the world around me into photography.I believe that photography can be a tool for positive social change to […]

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Ruijia Zhang

University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Honorable MentionAnchell Scholarship for Documentary PhotographyFamily Along the RiverThe story “Family Along the River” is a photo story I did when I was back in China for 2016 Summer. The Jiang family consists of 5 members, the mom, Chuanfang Zhang; the dad, Laiquan Jia; a mentally disabled son, Qiuwei […]

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Dina Salih

University of British Columbia, VancouverHonorable MentionAnchell Scholarship for Documentary PhotographyI’m Not Your Poverty Poster ChildThey saw me every day in their neighbourhood for three months. Don’t tell me that they didn’t notice me during those three months — I was a visible minority in every possible way. I seldom took out my camera because I […]

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Alejandro Sanchez

California Polytechnic State University, PomonaHonorable MentionAnchell Scholarship for Documentary PhotographyDREAMSIn the month of May, 2016 I decided to go out in Pomona, California to photograph the homeless people that reside in the streets of the city. I was inspired to take on this project because I have had individuals come up to me asking for […]

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Jung Rouk Oh

Evangelical Christian Academy, Colorado SpringsHonorable MentionAnchell Scholarship for Documentary PhotographyI believe that every single object on the earth has a message or its own story with its unique outward appearance. I consider these various messages as the ultimate reason to take pictures.My interest in photography began from my curiosity in machines and about how the […]

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Travel to Cuba in the Post-Obama Era

In the last year, we have experienced an unprecedented freedom of travel to Cuba from the U.S. Under the current guidelines all you need to do is state that you are traveling for educational purposes and you can board any commercial flight to the island, from many major airports in the U.S.However, the freedom to […]

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