On The Road With Manuel Caminero

Posted by Peter Nitsch | December 2nd, 2012 Share
On The Road With Manuel Caminero

Hurricane Sandy surfing sessions.

Manuel Caminero is a young art director and he’s been traveling the world for the last three years as much as he could, and as a result he’s coming up with different sections of photography, structuring his travels by countries: Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia …

Especially about Indonesia the photographer says, “I haven’t seen nothing more uncommon than Indonesia. It’s not just 17.000 islands. It’s all the countless religions, traditions, minds, peoples, animals, beaches and the mix of cultures what really make Indonesia the never-ending country. Hopping among the islands with/and like the locals, live with them and go over through the country just make me feel like I was a kid facing the world map next to my bed. I really felt like an outlaw, an intrepid without frontiers and who is just waiting to see how everything goes and who wants to keep on the way not thinking, not relaying. Just going and shooting as much as I can.”

Caminero has an interesting point of view on travel photography. Take a look at his photographic travel journal here. ❚

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