David Guttenfelder

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Фотограф агентства АР, iPhone only
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Havana, Cuba.
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Learning to walk on the runway at a Cuban fashion model school in Havana.
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Cubans wait wait for the funeral procession of Fidel Castro to pass by during a 4 day journey across the nation to Santiago where they arrived today.
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Cubans line the highway waiting for the funeral procession of Fidel Castro to pass by on the way to the eastern city of Santiago. On assignment for @natgeo
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Driving our 1949 Chevy to follow the funeral procession of Fidel Castro to Santiago, Cuba.
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Juana Ancia Benitez, 68, and her husband Jose Isabel Garcia Garcia 77, wait along a rural road near the town of Jicotea for the funeral procession of Fidel Castro to pass by. On assignment for @natgeo
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A street that leads to the sea. Cojimar, Cuba.
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A gravel road along the sea in Cojimar, Cuba.
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Cojimar, Cuba.
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Cojimar, Cuba.
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A tattooed Cuban man and his granddaughter in Regla, Cuba.
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Postcard photographs of Fidel Castro rest on a shop shelf in Havana, Cuba.
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Havana streets. This past week I had the great luck to teach at Photo Camp Cuba, a National Geographic Photography workshop held in Havana to give Cuban youth at chance to tell their own stories through photography. Thank you @natgeo @ngphotocamp, @sadiequarrier, @brackjon, @agmoen and @kirstenelstner
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Fishing in Regla, Cuba, a short ferry ride from Havana.
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The man repairing and re-painting the car left his lunch on the rear fender. Havana, Cuba.
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On her phone. Havana, Cuba.
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She sells tickets for the ferry. Havana, Cuba.
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If you need to buy a wifi scratch card for more internet minutes, she will make the transaction by basket and rope from her second floor shop in Regla, Cuba.
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Count the wheels. Havana, Cuba. @ngphotocamp @natgeo
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First night back in Havana, #Cuba. Tricked-out classic car eye candy.
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For our latest National Geographic story on changing #Cuba, “Here Come The Wave”, we took a cruise ship from Miami to Havana and brought an old Polaroid camera along with me—a throwback to the kinds of things tourists hope to find / photograph which remain but romanticize a time when pre-revolutionary Havana was a popular vacation spot for Americans. In Cienfuegos a máquina— or machine, as Cubans sometimes call their geriatric automobiles—awaits whatever comes next. It might be stripped for parts. More likely, its owner is hoping to find tires and other automotive life support. The American infatuation with these cars amuses Cubans, many of whom would greatly prefer to drive something more reliable.
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For our latest National Geographic story on changing #Cuba, “Here Come The Wave”, we took a cruise ship from Miami to Havana and brought an old Polaroid camera along with me—a throwback to the kinds of things tourists hope to find / photograph which remaining but romanticize a time when pre-revolutionary Havana was a popular vacation spot for Americans. An American tourist waves U.S. and Cuban flags to Havana from the deck of the first passenger ship to sail from the USA to Cuba in decades.
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For our latest National Geographic story on changing #Cuba, “Here Come The Wave”, we took a cruise ship from Miami to Havana and brought an old Polaroid camera along with me—a throwback to the kinds of things tourists hope to find / photograph that remain and romanticize a time when pre-revolutionary Havana was a popular vacation spot for Americans. A Cuban man uses a public payphone on a street in the town of Cienfuegos.
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For our latest National Geographic story on changing Cuba, “Here Come The Wave”, we took a cruise ship from Miami to Havana and brought an old Polaroid camera along with me—a throwback to the kinds of things tourists hope to find / photograph that remain and romanticize a time when pre-revolutionary Havana was a popular vacation spot for Americans. An elegant banister stands out in Cienfuegos, a city founded by French immigrants in 1819 that retains the character of its settlers. Its center, a UNESCO World Heritage site, still has a core of 19th-century buildings. Finding the money to conserve them, here and in Cuba’s other cities, remains a challenge.
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For our latest National Geographic story on changing Cuba, "Here Come The Wave", I brought an old Polaroid camera along with me—a throwback to the kinds of cameras tourists might have carried when prerevolutionary Havana was a popular vacation spot for Americans. A taxi driver gazes across a swath of classic American cars along the Havana seafront. The cars are a consequence of necessity, not nostalgia: Cuba’s 1962 embargo on U.S. imports froze the nation’s auto fleet in time. But some tourists see the cars as part of a preserved bygone era that will soon be lost, describing their trip as a chance to see the country “before it’s ruined.”
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For our latest National Geographic story on changing Cuba, "Here Come The Wave", I brought an old Polaroid camera along with me—a throwback to the kinds of cameras tourists might have carried when prerevolutionary Havana was a popular vacation spot for Americans. A half century ago, revolutionary rhetoric cheered the end of Cuba’s gambling and lots-of-leg stage shows, both staples of the island’s more decadent forms of tourist entertainment. In recent decades, though, nightclub-style performances for foreign visitors have flourished, complete with the remarkable millinery and the glamour smile.
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For our latest National Geographic story on changing Cuba, "Here Come The Wave", I brought an old Polaroid camera along with me—a throwback to the kinds of cameras tourists might have carried when prerevolutionary Havana was a popular vacation spot for Americans. More and more American tourists are arriving in Cuba every day, often looking to experience and photograph some romanticized version of the country, trapped in time, before it changes and vanishes. Here, people walk along the Malecon, Havana's seafront.
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For our latest National Geographic story on changing Cuba, "Here Come The Wave", I brought an old Polaroid camera with me—a throwback to the kinds of cameras tourists might have carried when prerevolutionary Havana was a popular vacation spot for Americans. From the upper deck of our cruise ship (the first passenger ship to sail from the USA to Cuba in decades) I shot this picture of a fellow traveler looking over the railing as the ship circumnavigated Cuba.
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For our latest National Geographic on changing Cuba, "Here Come The Wave", I brought an old Polaroid camera with me—a throwback to the kinds of cameras tourists might have carried when prerevolutionary Havana was a popular vacation spot for Americans. From my cabin window aboard our cruise ship (the first passenger ship to sail from the USA to Cuba in decades) I shot my first instamatic picture as the ship left Florida beginning a 240 nautical miles trip between Miami and Havana.
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I lost a bet to J.J., my 11-year-old daughter. I promised if she could play this Taylor Swift chorus in 15 seconds or less, I'd give her a shoutout. So here goes: Please follow @jjguttenfelderyay on Instagram and musical.ly. Love this girl.
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Still the #Prince of this town. Paisley Park, Prince's #Minnesota home and studio, has been given temporary permits for public tours on October 6, 8, and 14.
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The bedroom door of an 11-yr-old American girl.