Tag Archives: Cuba Photo Tour

Cuban photographer, Jose Marti, discussing his work with students during a photo graphy workshop | Havana, Cuba | Steve Anchell Photography Workshop and Tour

Legal Travel to Cuba

Legal Travel to CubaNew travel restrictions were issued by the Office of Foreign Asset Control (OFAC) on June 4, 2019, to take effect the following day. The most important change is that cruise ships are no longer allowed to sail to or from the U.S. to Cuba. The second biggie is the elimination of People […]

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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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Santiago de Cuba Festival of Fire | Havana, Cuba | Steve Anchell Photography Workshop and Tour

Santiago de Cuba Photography Workshop

Santiago de Cuba Photography WorkshopApril 25 to May 4, 2019(meet in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. on April 25) Travel to Cuba is approved for all participants on this tour who will be part of a group Cultural Exchange Travel for educational purposes authorized under the new US regulations as of November 10, 2017. Best Photography Workshops […]

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Workshop vs Tour

Workshop vs. Tour The difference between a workshop and a tour is that a workshop places more emphasis on practical instruction, including classroom instruction and critiques almost every day. For that reason, workshops generally take place in one specific area, for example, Taos. A tour is a journey of discovery that take you to a variety […]

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Legal Travel to Cuba

Legal Travel to Cuba

The people-to-people group license for legal travel to Cuba was created during the President Clinton administration (so it is not a new program). In January 2004, it was revoked by the Bush administration. It was reinstated and enhanced by the administration of President Barrack Obama, allowing US citizens to travel as individuals.  After President Trump’s […]

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