Interview - Leica Fotografie International

“We see two fishermen in the picture – descendants of the Mochica culture, a culture from the pre-Inca era. I took it in Huanchaco, a beach town in Peru, 13 kilometres from Trujillo and 575 kilometres north of Lima. It’s known for its surf breaks, as well as for the caballitos de totora (little horses of bull rush) boats, and the fish dish called Ceviche. There are only a few fishermen who still sail out to sea in these small bull rush boats, just like their ancestors did 3000 years ago.The younger men don’t want to make a living fishing – the money simply isn’t good enough. They prefer to go surfing and to college, and then enter into another...

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Interview - Foto Care New York

The incredible work of photographer and Foto Care customer Inti Pachurin will be on display at the Leica Store in Soho, opening on Friday, August 4th from 6-8 pm.  “Peru: Real People” is a portrait series from Inti’s years of taking portraits in his home country of Peru. 

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