Felipe Paiva and a Olympus Trip.
Ana Clara and a Diana.
Bruno Faiha with two cameras: Leica M6…
… and Pentax K-1000.
Vitória Leona and a Diana CMYK.
Ni Lu Silva selfieing her cameras: Olympus Trip (I think), Pentax K-1000 (not sure), a box camera and a Diana.
Rodrigo Cardozo seems very happy backpacking with his Pentax K-1000.
Lucas Bortotti and a Rolleiflex 2.8F (notice also the shutter tatoo on his arm).
This is a family of photographers. From the left: Gabi da Rosa, her father and her sister. Besides they work with digital cameras, they rather choose hold film cameras in this picture. Gabi holds what I think is an Agfa 6×9, her father have a Mamiya 645 and Guiga have a baby Rolleiflex.
Mario Testino and a Pentax 67-II.
Tieh Aguiar and a Leica M6.
Anderson Bueno and a Olympus O-something.
Lorena Nicácio and a Olympus O-something.
Rose Andrade and Pentax K-1000.
Bruno Machado and a Nikon F3 (I think).
Vitor Caldas and a Pentax 67-II.
Talita Delmonte and Pentax K-1000.
Gabriela Joy and a bunch of cameras (all film).
Ingra Lopes and a Nikon F3.
I don´t know her but she´s shooting a Minolta Hi-Matic.
Angela Magos and a Nikon F-something.
Paulo Marcio – my brother – shooting my Yashica 109.
He took this picture of me holding my first Nikon (a F50 with 28-300 lens).
Pedro Henrique and his Yashica 124.
Pedro Henrique again with a Nikon F3.
Lívia Lima and Canon FTb.
David Ballot and Canon AE-1 (I think).
Alberto Ellobo´s son (I think) and Olympus OM-something with what I thinks is a 300mm f/4 lens.
Daniel Maldonado and a Pentax 645.
Isabela Catão with two Lomos.
Marlon Henrique and an unknown camera.
Luiz Jorge and a Rolleiflex 3.5.
Paula Chamle and a RBFC (really big format camera).
Hugo Trimmel and a Crown Graphic or Speed Graphic.
Walter Firmo is a professional photographer and photography teacher. This is a flyer for his classes. Notice the Hasselblad in his hands.
Danilo Cunha and a Nikkormat (I´v just bought one for me too).
Nercio Vargas and Nikon F.
Erick Gianezzi and a Leica M3 (thank you, Oscar).
Pedro Saud and Canon F-something (help, someone?).
André Corrêa and a Olympus 35 SPn (thanks again, Oscar).
Tadeu Bianconi and a Hasselblad with 45° prism.
Aldo Barranco with a Mamiya RB67 (here called “the monster”).
José Luis and Rolleiflex 3.5.
Glauco and his Hasselblad.
Andersen with (what I think is) a Minolta…
… and a Calumet LF.
Braga and a Fuji 6×9 in his lab with some enlarges…
… and his Omega View LF.
Nanã (from Portugal) and a NSD camera (made by himself).
Marco and a RLF (really large format) camera.
Cel and Yashica 124G.
Cel and a Leica M-something with a converted Canon 0.95 lens (which I sold him, by the way…).
And Cel and Andre Correa with the same combo.
Roberto Vieira and a Speed Graphic.
Renan Catto and his Canon F-1 with winder. I´v tried this camera and liked the meter.
Marcello Sokal is a professional photographer working at Itajai (south of Brazil). He has quite a few cameras and we´v traded some lenses. Here he is using his Leica M6.
Yamamoto is a biologist PhD. and a bonsai enthusiast. Here he is with his custom leather Rolleiflex 3.5.
Silviano is a mining engineer. Last year he took us to the limestone mine where he works. He inherited his Pentax Spotmatic from his father.
This is Silviano´s wife with the same Spotmatic but with a Takumar 17 mm f/4 fisheye.