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Cuba through an iPhone lens: you’ve never seen it like this before

written by Intrepid Travel November 18, 2015

Cuba has a reputation for being pretty photogenic – the hand-rolled cigars, crumbling pastel facades and obligatory Cadillacs on every corner.

But for those that think you need a high-powered telephoto lens and a spanking new Canon 6D to get the best out of the country, think again. Intrepid traveler, Mikey Sadowski, captured the sun soaked isle of Cuba with some truly incredible iPhone snaps. And with Americans now travelling to Cuba, more people than ever can soak up that iconic 1960’s vibe.

Feast your eyes on these, photography enthusiasts.

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Want to snap Cuba for yourself? No problemo. All you need is an Intrepid small group adventure. And if you’re American, check out our legal Hola Cuba – People to People tour.   

 

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3 comments

milly March 4, 2017 - 1:33 pm

Proof that iPhone cameras can capture top notch pictures

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Krisalyn March 10, 2017 - 1:25 pm

Times are chnaigng for the better if I can get this online!

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Christie November 23, 2015 - 2:44 pm

We recently visited Cuba and loved the people, music and color. However the food was not great. I should say we visited as a family of four on a budget so heaps of street food but still we thought it was fantastic. Do you know when they will lift the ban for Americans? I think it will turn into Cancun in the not to distant future. Christie

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