Landmarks and photographers are always a good match because there’s always tourists who want their picture taken at a famous spot. Since the late 19th century, photographers have gone from using the old 4×5 to polaroid instant film to printed digital photos. Go to any landmark and you’ll most likely find one wandering around, waiting for a new client to shoot.
87-year old Roberto Thomson was a truck driver for over fifty years until he lost his truck while gambling on dice. During his days as a truck driver, he used to travel with a polaroid camera to make money on the side by taking portraits in main squares across Central America. Photo: Santiago Billy/Comvite