Nadir Bucan defines himself as both an academician and documentary photographer. He started to take pictures with an analog camera in 1999 when digital photography had not declared its dominance yet. He used roll films until 2009 and he participated in every stage of photography from chemical bath to printing. His work was published in national and international magazines such as Iz, Gezgin, Deniz, Tutti Fotografi, P3 and LensCulture. He was recently invited to La Quatriéme Image International Photography Festival to exhibit his last work in Paris and selected as a finalist at the LensCulture Exposure Awards 2017.

Here’s a collection of his photos, a series that document a rough life made of archaic traditions, dominated by nature and ignored by technology.

 

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