Category Archives: Steve Anchell

Digital Photography in Practice

Digital Photography in PracticeHot Springs Photography FestivalMay 25 to 27, 2019Best Photography WorkshopsHot Springs Photography FestivalA 3-day intensive workshop with Steve Anchell, author of Mirrorless Interchangeable Lens Cameras: Getting the Most from Your MILC.The emphasis on this three-day workshop will be on improving your skills using unique features of MILC and DSLR cameras.The workshop begins […]

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Steve Anchell in Havana | Havana, Cuba | Steve Anchell Cuba Photography Workshop and Photo Tours of Cuba

Interview with Steve Anchell

Greetings! We thought you might be interested in viewing an online video interview with Steve Anchell. The interview was conducted by Alex Schulz at photographytalk.com. Photography Talk has chosen Anchell Photography Workshops to be included in their list of best photography workshops of 2018.There are four workshops currently scheduled for 2019:Santiago de Cuba Street Photography, […]

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Darkroom Cookbook

Darkroom Cookbook

The Darkroom Cookbook at 22A lot has changed since the first edition of The Darkroom Cookbook in 1994. But for those who work with large format and silver some things never change. The exuberance one feels standing on a hilltop watching for the magical moment when the clouds and light align, the feel of the […]

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Steve Anchell

Steve Anchell is internationally published with his fine artwork exhibited in galleries and private collections. Since his first exhibit in 1974, his work has been in more than sixty exhibits, including twenty-nine solo exhibits.From 1970 to 1976 he owned a portrait and wedding studio, first in Los Angeles and then in San Luis Obispo, Calif. […]

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Mothers/daughters project

Many years ago I noticed that it was often possible to tell a biological mother and daughter by the similarity in their eyebrows. Eventually, I became curious if it would be possible to see the daughters face in the face of the mother.For this project, I wanted daughters who were old enough to have formed […]

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