Kambiz said goodbye to her 'little people'
"For me, this is the limit, a unique mysterious world, where the infinite power of nature can be realized, something that can not be felt anywhere else on earth," she says.
Koutingo River Falls, Roraima State, 2018
"This is an endless forest, home to one-tenth of all plant and animal species, the world's largest natural laboratory."
Marawi Mountains, Amazon, 2018
Salgado, who has spent her entire life defending the natives of the Amazon, has documented the daily lives of dozens of tribes scattered throughout the tropical forests, from hunting and fishing to dancing and rituals.
The designs on the girl's face say she is single. Campa de Rio Amune from Indigenous Territories, Acre State, 2016
Salgado was born in 1994. He left his job in economics in 1973 to start working as a photographer.
He worked for many years on international projects for various photography companies; Then, in 1994, he co-founded the Amazonas Images with his wife, Lilia.
A young woman paints her face in the mirror. Campa de Rio Amune from Indigenous Territories, Acre State, 2016
During these years, Salgado's works have been exhibited in numerous exhibitions and books; The most recent is a book compiled by Amazon.
Rainfall in Serra de Devisor National Park, Acre, 2016
"My wish, with all my being, with all my energy and passion, is that this book will not contain images of a lost world for another 50 years," he says.
"Amazon must live."