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Children in the Niafourang's beach - Kabadio - Limited Edition 20 Photograph

Daniel Leite


Photography, Black & White on Paper

Size: 29.5 W x 19.7 H x 0.1 D in

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While I walked along Niafourang beach - Casamance - South Senegal during low tide and with Kabadio's (village next) friends, I discovered reflections, different compositions that varied from wide angles to portraits. Suddenly I met a group of friends who were having fun in one of the pools formed by the low tide. I thought there was a clue to be searched there. So I started to interact with my new friends when at a certain moment they gave a big laugh which revealed the soles of their feet. The image had been revealed - but I hadn't clicked. I decided to repeat the joke and they started laughing again - that's when I clicked. This is one of the most fun portraits from the Kabadio essay, where we don't mark the smiles or the faces of the characters. Long live friendship, long childhood and a big thank you to friends at low tide on Niafourang Beach. Tech info: Analogic photography 35mm lford HP5 + 2tps BW. Nikon fm2 - Zeiss ZF.2 85mm Print on Hahnemühle Fine Art Baryta paper 325g (80x120cm) Also available in 50x60cm analogic process on Ilford Pearl paper. Ps: This image belongs to an humantarian project managed by the NGO PERMAKABADIO that develops several humanitarian projects in the village of Kabadio. The profits of it will 100% to the village. For a better understanding about PERMAKABADIO: Thks

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Photography:Black & White on Paper

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:50

Size:29.5 W x 19.7 H x 0.1 D in

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Graduated in cinema at the Université Lumière Lyon II in France, Daniel Leite began his career as a fashion photographer, signing several fashion editorials in Brazil and France - nowadays he is in the film industry as a Photography Director in Rio de Janeiro - Brazil. In the documentary genre Daniel Leite was Director and Director of Photography of the Expedition Oriente - Schurmann Family (Uruguay, Argentina, Chile and Antártica) Fantástico and Nat Geo. He was the Author, Director and Director of Photography for the Surfing series in West Africa - Canal Off and directed photography of the documentary "Vidas Embarcadas" filmed in Antarctica aboard the Brazilian Antarctic ship H44 as well as several other vessels. He is the Author, director and cinematographer of the feature film "Kabadio, time goes by slowly, barefoot - Shot in southern Senegal - (Rio 2016 Festival, AFFRIF - Nigeria, EFF BRICS - Russia 2016, Cine Cipó 2017 - Brazil, Cine Mis 2018 - Brazil, Black Star Film Festival - Ghana, Sofia Biting Docs - Bulgaria, Social Machinery - Italy, among others). On television he signed the photography of fiction series such as: Tudo Novo de Novo, Aline, Relógio da Aventura and in the documentary genre and reality show the programs: Papel de Pai e Reforma de Casal. Lately, in the fiction, Daniel Leite Directed the photography of the feature films "Lima Barreto Ao Terceiro Dia" (La Pilar / Globo films) and "O Rj de Ho Chi Minh" filmed in Vietnam (Moviola / Pipa distributor) and the tv serie Cinema de Enredo in 10 episodes - as well as several short films including the short" Bodas ", screened in Cannes in the 2016 edition.

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