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Steve Anchell

Amberlynn at LaGarita, Colorado, 2006

gelatin silver print

Steve Anchell of Salem, Oregon, is an internationally published photographer. His fine art work has been exhibited in galleries, private collections, and 41 exhibits, including 19 solo exhibits. Steve has been a contributing editor to Outdoor Photographer, Camera & Darkroom, and PhotoWork magazines and has written columns, feature articles and interviews for View Camera, PIC, Shutterbug and Rangefinder magazines. He was the co-founder and former editor of Photovision magazine and the editor of Focus Fine Art Photography magazine, issues #5 through #13.

He has conducted photographic and darkroom workshops since 1979, including workshops for Santa Fe Photographic Workshops, Zone VI, Cape Cod and Tuscano Photographic Workshops, the Universities of California at Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, and Irvine, the University of Cincinnati, and the University of Denver. He has guest lectured on photography and fine art at Eastern Washington University, Spokane Falls College and Chapman College. From 2004-2007 he has taught a special street photography workshop for the International Center of Photography in NYC.

From 1982 to 2005 Steve conducted the longest running workshop on figure photography in the world, The Nude at Big Sur. A retrospective of his work on this subject, The Nude at Big Sur, was released in December 2002.

Steve Anchell web site