He has designed these trips to be taken by small groups ranging from 2 to 7 travellers at the most. In this way, you’ll be able to enjoy a flexible and authentic trip into the heart of the most human and photogenic Cuba.
Activities are especially thought out for travellers who are interested in photography tours, people and in getting to know an exciting culture.
Travellers of any nationality and photo skills are welcome on these photography Workshops to Cuba 2017 and 2018 ; the only requirement to be a part of them is a passion for travelling, people, culture, and photography.
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As you can see in the video, these Photo Tours in Cuba are focused on human photography, portraits and street photography. The main goal of our trip is to closely relate with the Cuban people and discover an exciting and mysterious culture.
Our upcoming guided photo tours in Cuba in 2017 and 2018 are organized by the Locally Sourced Cuba Travel Agency, which offers affordable licensed people-to-people (US Citizens) Private Cuba Tours, through its partnership with the US-based Educational Adventures Company.
Working philosophy ( in the words of Louis)
I work with the utmost respect for the Cuban people, knowing as much as possible their reality and idiosyncrasy in order to photograph it appropriately and faithfully, and I impart that way of working to my students.
I ease access to Cuban settings enjoying the extreme kindness and sociability of the Cuban people.
I aim to transform the travellers who participate in these cuban photo tours, they arrive with a pre-conceived picture of the country and leaves with a real notion, different from that with which he arrived, as well as with a different way of understanding and working with documentary and artistic photography.
"Photographing Cuba" is a long-term personal project involving the making and publishing of photographic essays which document the new Cuba.
These photo stories are aimed at showing changes in Cuba and creating a historical record that can be used to understand this island that is both famous and unknown at the same time.