Lisbon/Portugal based photographer Fernando Penim Redondo was born in 1945, who was featured here with his awsome vinatage camera collection. In 1967 he forced to join the Portuguese navy to engage a colonial war in Africa.
"I was 22 and strongly against it but even so I had to spend there two years of my life. Shooting film was just a way of expressing my respect for those I was supposed to oppress. Here are some of the people I photographed with my Pentax Spotmatic in Guiné Bissau in 1968 and 1969." - says Fernando.