Images that transport us to other time.
The olive harvest has changed dramatically over the past two decades. Machines began to replace people and began changing work modes.
The way thet this tradition was alive was passing it from generation to generation, parents taught their children year after year. Today this cycle stopped, the olive harvest is mechanized and this knowledge falls invariably in oblivion.
With this documentary the author intends to keep a faithful retracto one way of doing things forgotten, lost in time.
This documentary shows how for centuries the olive is picked up from the buckling to the traditional clean, is a trip to the past, a trip to a time still alive in the memories of many.
Special thanks to the employees by the willingness to make this documentary.
Raised in Tras-os-Montes, Portugal.
Son of photographer, photography has always been present in his life.
His first camera was a Minolta SRT 101 given by my father. With a degree in Anthropology, over the last years i created web concepts about culture, identity and tradition oriented to tourism.
Attend various types of training based on humanistic and documentary photography in Photographic Society of America.
Never losing sight of the photography he degrees in anthropology that defines himself as a documentary and humanistic photographer.
His last work was as collaborator in the construction of National Geographic - Map and tourist guide of the Douro region 2012 - particularly with photos and other content.
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