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Eliseu Cavalcante  Freelancer photographer 🇺🇸 🇧🇷 Prints available upon request

http://eliseucavalcante.com/

It's not easy to knock on a stranger's door and ask to take their portrait. People in the Amazon are very receptive in so many ways. I love to go home and photograph my own people. It makes me feel good. - Yes, you can contact me for assignments :) -
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Natutama means "The world under water" in Ticuna, a language spoken by approximately 40,000 people in Brazil, Peru and Colombia. This project documents photographer Eliseu Cavalcante's 2,500-mile journey by riverboat down the length of the Amazon River and its tributaries to capture the life of the people who live on its shores. Cavalcante wanted to show a different Amazon than most people imagine, specifically the human element. Many picture the Amazon as an exotic jungle where animals outnumber humans. But development -- especially as the population grows in the Amazon region -- is an important reality, and one that cannot be ignored in conservation efforts.

#natutama #eliseucavalcante #amazon #everydaybrasil #amazonia #amazonas #river #peru #port #everydaylatinamerica #people #culture #time @everydaybrasil @everydaylatinamerica #portrait #arapiuns

Sorvete, Pará - Brazil

Expedition supported by @naturabrasil.us
Photos on display at 240 Elizabeth street, New York.
--Project Natutama--
Natutama means "The world under water" in Ticuna, a language spoken by approximately 40,000 people in Brazil, Peru and Colombia. This project documents photographer Eliseu Cavalcante's 2,500-mile journey by riverboat down the length of the Amazon River and its tributaries to capture the life of the people who live on its shores. Cavalcante wanted to show a different Amazon than most people imagine, specifically the human element. Many picture the Amazon as an exotic jungle where animals outnumber humans. But development -- especially as the population grows in the Amazon region -- is an important reality, and one that cannot be ignored in conservation efforts.

#natutama #eliseucavalcante #amazon #everydaybrasil #amazonia #amazonas #river #peru #port #everydaylatinamerica #people #culture #time

Jamaraquá - Floresta Nacional do Tapajós

#amazonrainforest #amazon #tapajos #river #igarapé #brazil #eliseucavalcante #pará #brasil #natura #expedition

Expedition supported by @naturabrasil.us
Photos on display at 240 Elizabeth street, New York.
--Project Natutama--
Natutama means "The world under water" in Ticuna, a language spoken by approximately 40,000 people in Brazil, Peru and Colombia. This project documents photographer Eliseu Cavalcante's 2,500-mile journey by riverboat down the length of the Amazon River and its tributaries to capture the life of the people who live on its shores. Cavalcante wanted to show a different Amazon than most people imagine, specifically the human element. Many picture the Amazon as an exotic jungle where animals outnumber humans. But development -- especially as the population grows in the Amazon region -- is an important reality, and one that cannot be ignored in conservation efforts.

#natutama #eliseucavalcante #amazon #everydaybrasil #amazonia #amazonas #river #peru #port #everydaylatinamerica #people #culture #time @everydaybrasil @everydaylatinamerica
Expedition supported by @naturabrasil.us

Yes, it's a fridge... Expedition supported by @naturabrasil.us
Photos on display at 240 Elizabeth street, New York until June 11.
--Project Natutama--
Natutama means "The world under water" in Ticuna, a language spoken by approximately 40,000 people in Brazil, Peru and Colombia. This project documents photographer Eliseu Cavalcante's 2,500-mile journey by riverboat down the length of the Amazon River and its tributaries to capture the life of the people who live on its shores. Cavalcante wanted to show a different Amazon than most people imagine, specifically the human element. Many picture the Amazon as an exotic jungle where animals outnumber humans. But development -- especially as the population grows in the Amazon region -- is an important reality, and one that cannot be ignored in conservation efforts.

#natutama #eliseucavalcante #amazon #everydaybrasil #amazonia #amazonas #river #peru #port #everydaylatinamerica #people #culture #time @everydaybrasil @everydaylatinamerica

I call this photo: The Tall Man
Look carefully... Expedition supported by @naturabrasil.us
Photos on display at 240 Elizabeth street, New York.
--Project Natutama--
Natutama means "The world under water" in Ticuna, a language spoken by approximately 40,000 people in Brazil, Peru and Colombia. This project documents photographer Eliseu Cavalcante's 2,500-mile journey by riverboat down the length of the Amazon River and its tributaries to capture the life of the people who live on its shores. Cavalcante wanted to show a different Amazon than most people imagine, specifically the human element. Many picture the Amazon as an exotic jungle where animals outnumber humans. But development -- especially as the population grows in the Amazon region -- is an important reality, and one that cannot be ignored in conservation efforts.

#natutama #eliseucavalcante #amazon #amazonia #amazonas #river #peru #port #everydaylatinamerica #people #culture #time #everydaybrasil

Every day on the Amazon river, dozens of children hop into their tiny canoes and paddle towards the big boats full of local travelers and ask for food and clothing.
@everydaybrasil @everydaylatinamerica --Project Natutama--
Natutama means "The world under water" in Ticuna, a language spoken by approximately 40,000 people in Brazil, Peru and Colombia. This project documents photographer Eliseu Cavalcante's 2,500-mile journey by riverboat down the length of the Amazon River and its tributaries to capture the life of the people who live on its shores. Cavalcante wanted to show a different Amazon than most people imagine, specifically the human element. Many picture the Amazon as an exotic jungle where animals outnumber humans. But development -- especially as the population grows in the Amazon region -- is an important reality, and one that cannot be ignored in conservation efforts.

#natutama #eliseucavalcante #amazon #amazonia #amazonas #river #peru #port #everydaylatinamerica #people #culture #time #everydaybrasil

Time for lunch on the Arapiuns river - Pará, Brazil.
--Project Natutama--
Natutama means "The world under water" in Ticuna, a language spoken by approximately 40,000 people in Brazil, Peru and Colombia. This project documents photographer Eliseu Cavalcante's 2,500-mile journey by riverboat down the length of the Amazon River and its tributaries to capture the life of the people who live on its shores. Cavalcante wanted to show a different Amazon than most people imagine, specifically the human element. Many picture the Amazon as an exotic jungle where animals outnumber humans. But development -- especially as the population grows in the Amazon region -- is an important reality, and one that cannot be ignored in conservation efforts.

#natutama #eliseucavalcante #amazon #amazonia #amazonas #river #peru #port #everydaylatinamerica #people #culture #time #everydaybrasil #para #brazil #brasil #arapiuns #river @everydaylatinamerica @everydaybrasil @natgeocreative

On the Amazon River, sometimes you don't have time to stop the boat to buy products. Most of the time, there are smaller boats that come from the middle of nowhere and link up to bigger boats. On my stories, here on Instagram, there is an example of this.
Prints available upon request.

Expedition supported by @naturabrasil.us
Photos on display at 240 Elizabeth street, New York.
--Project Natutama--
Natutama means "The world under water" in Ticuna, a language spoken by approximately 40,000 people in Brazil, Peru and Colombia. This project documents photographer Eliseu Cavalcante's 2,500-mile journey by riverboat down the length of the Amazon River and its tributaries to capture the life of the people who live on its shores. Cavalcante wanted to show a different Amazon than most people imagine, specifically the human element. Many picture the Amazon as an exotic jungle where animals outnumber humans. But development -- especially as the population grows in the Amazon region -- is an important reality, and one that cannot be ignored in conservation efforts.

#natutama #eliseucavalcante #amazon #amazonia #amazonas #river #peru #port #everydaylatinamerica #people #culture #time #everydaybrasil @everydaybrasil @everydaylatinamerica

This is one of my favorite photographs from my Amazon journey. Prints for sale - Edition of 5.
It's a mysterious photo from a man and a woman that was on a boat next to mine in another pitstop in the state of Pará, Brazil. --Project Natutama--
Natutama means "The world under water" in Ticuna, a language spoken by approximately 40,000 people in Brazil, Peru and Colombia. This project documents photographer Eliseu Cavalcante's 2,500-mile journey by riverboat down the length of the Amazon River and its tributaries to capture the life of the people who live on its shores. Cavalcante wanted to show a different Amazon than most people imagine, specifically the human element. Many picture the Amazon as an exotic jungle where animals outnumber humans. But development -- especially as the population grows in the Amazon region -- is an important reality, and one that cannot be ignored in conservation efforts.

#natutama #eliseucavalcante #amazon #amazonia #amazonas #river #peru #port #everydaylatinamerica #people #culture #time #everydaybrasil #para #canon #canonmarkiv
Expedition supported by @naturabrasil.us
Photos on display at 240 Elizabeth street, New York.

A street vendor selling his wares along the Tapajós river in Alter do Chão, Brazil.
Expedition supported by @naturabrasil.us
Photos on display at 240 Elizabeth street, New York.
--Project Natutama--
Natutama means "The world under water" in Ticuna, a language spoken by approximately 40,000 people in Brazil, Peru and Colombia. This project documents photographer Eliseu Cavalcante's 2,500-mile journey by riverboat down the length of the Amazon River and its tributaries to capture the life of the people who live on its shores. Cavalcante wanted to show a different Amazon than most people imagine, specifically the human element. Many picture the Amazon as an exotic jungle where animals outnumber humans. But development -- especially as the population grows in the Amazon region -- is an important reality, and one that cannot be ignored in conservation efforts.

#natutama #eliseucavalcante #amazon #amazonia #amazonas #river #peru #port #everydaylatinamerica #people #culture #time #everydaybrasil #nytimes #alterdochao #beach @everydaylatinamerica @everydaybrasil

A man carries empty crates at the port in the city of Santana, Brazil.
Expedition supported by @naturabrasil.us
Photos on display at 240 Elizabeth street, New York.
--Project Natutama--
Natutama means "The world under water" in Ticuna, a language spoken by approximately 40,000 people in Brazil, Peru and Colombia. This project documents photographer Eliseu Cavalcante's 2,500-mile journey by riverboat down the length of the Amazon River and its tributaries to capture the life of the people who live on its shores. Cavalcante wanted to show a different Amazon than most people imagine, specifically the human element. Many picture the Amazon as an exotic jungle where animals outnumber humans. But development -- especially as the population grows in the Amazon region -- is an important reality, and one that cannot be ignored in conservation efforts.

#natutama #eliseucavalcante #amazon #amazonia #amazonas #river #peru #port #everydaylatinamerica #people #culture #time #santana #amapa #brasil #brazil @everydaybrasil @everydaylatinamerica #everydaylatinamerica

Feira do Caranguejo - Bags of crabs arriving at the city of Macapá. Every month, around 20 thousand crabs are sold in this city. Five crabs for the cost of $3.
Expedition supported by @naturabrasil.us
Photos on display at 240 Elizabeth street, New York. --Project Natutama--
Natutama means "The world under water" in Ticuna, a language spoken by approximately 40,000 people in Brazil, Peru and Colombia. This project documents photographer Eliseu Cavalcante's 2,500-mile journey by riverboat down the length of the Amazon River and its tributaries to capture the life of the people who live on its shores. Cavalcante wanted to show a different Amazon than most people imagine, specifically the human element. Many picture the Amazon as an exotic jungle where animals outnumber humans. But development -- especially as the population grows in the Amazon region -- is an important reality, and one that cannot be ignored in conservation efforts.

#natutama #eliseucavalcante #amazon #amazonia #amazonas #river #peru #port #everydaylatinamerica #people #culture #time #macapa #crabs #mangroves #feira #caranguejo #bottle #brasil #brazil @everydaybrasil @everydaylatinamerica #everydaylatinamerica

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