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  1. Wooden box camera artist

  2. Photographer Luis Maldonado converses with a customer beside his old wooden box camera in Plaza de Armas of Santiago, Chile. (Esteban Felix/Associated Press)

  3. A family having their picture taken fills the viewfinder of Luis Maldonado's old wooden old box camera, amid a reasonable checking Independence Day in Santiago. At about $7.50 per picture, a case camera photo costs more than twice as much as the $3 charged for a computerized one. (Esteban Felix/Associated Press)

  4. Luis Maldonado's photograph collection holds pictures of his trek to Venice, at his home in Santiago, Chile. He stays pleased with the work he did at the 2003 Venice Biennale in a display about customary Chilean fine arts by craftsman Eugenia Vargas, utilizing his crate camera to photo individuals who arranged to have their pictures taken. (Esteban Felix/Associated Press)

  5. A lady looks through the viewfinder of the old wooden box camera utilized by picture taker Luis Maldonado amid a reasonable stamping Independence Day in Santiago, Chile. Chile's container picture takers union had more than 5,000 individuals by 1942, yet that number dove to around 300 by 1972, as indicated by Chilean student of history Octavio Cornejo. (Esteban Felix/Associated Press)

  6. Luis Maldonado indicates negatives made by his granddad, father or uncle, utilizing this old wooden box camera, at his home in Santiago, Chile. The main wooden box camera touched base in Chile in 1911 and after seven years there were around 300 box picture takers in the nation, as indicated by Chilean history specialist Octavio Cornejo. (Esteban Felix/Associated Press)

  7. Photographer Luis Maldonado postures for a representation with his old wooden box camera as he sits tight for customers who need their picture taken at a reasonable in Santiago, Chile. "I realize that you need to eat and live. Be that as it may, on the off chance that it were dependent upon me, I'd just be doing box photographs. It's what tops me off," he said. "I'd be unfilled without the container." (Esteban Felix/Associated Press)

  8. A puppy backs off to hesitantly look at a fake stallion, utilized as a prop by picture taker Luis Maldonado in Santiago, Chile. Maldonado ceased by his companion's home to lift this stallion up, alongside different props, in front of a yearly reasonable where he for the most part has his greatest day of business bringing pictures with his old wooden box camera. (Esteban Felix/Associated Press)

  9. A young lady getting her picture made on a stuffed stallion fills the viewfinder of Luis Maldonado's old wooden box camera, amid a reasonable stamping Independence Day in Santiago, Chile. Maldonado trusts enclose photography could be resuscitated Chile and needs to help bring issues to light about the artistic expression. (Esteban Felix/Associated Press)

  10. A family having their representation taken fills the viewfinder of Luis Maldonado's old wooden old box camera, amid a reasonable stamping Independence Day in Santiago, Chile. The case camera's system is basic: light enters through a perspective and the photographic paper inside it catches a negative picture of the subject captured. (Esteban Felix/Associated Press)

  11. Luis Maldonado readies his old wooden box camera at a reasonable in Santiago, Chile. Maldonado is the final picture taker in the principle square of the Chilean capital as yet utilizing a wooden box camera. (Esteban Felix/Associated Press)

  12. Luis Maldonado flushes a newly created representation of a young lady brought with his old wooden box camera amid a reasonable stamping Independence Day in Santiago, Chile. "While I take one photograph, my associates take 10," Maldonado said of different picture takers who take advanced photographs at downtown Santiago's Plaza de Armas. (Esteban Felix/Associated Press)

  13. Luis Maldonado drops the stairs subsequent to securing his old wooden box camera in Santiago, Chile. Maldonado originates from a group of box camera picture takers that incorporates his granddad, father and an uncle. (Esteban Felix/Associated Press)

  14. A picture lays in fixer as it's created inside Luis Maldonado's old wooden box camera in Santiago, Chile. The case works both as a camera and a photograph lab. (Esteban Felix/Associated Press)

  15. Plastic fowls sit on the edge of Luis Maldonado's old wooden box camera in Plaza de Armas in Santiago, Chile. Maldonado utilizes the flying creature to call customers' consideration when taking their representations. (Esteban Felix/Associated Press)

  16. A gathering of companions fill the viewfinder of Luis Maldonado's old wooden old box camera, amid a reasonable stamping Independence Day in Santiago, Chile. The picture making process keeps going around 20 minutes, bringing about a vintage-looking picture. (Esteban Felix/Associated Press)

  17. Photographer Luis Maldonado conveys a prop to a reasonable where he will set up his old wooden box camera and take customers' pictures in Santiago, Chile. "You have to live and furthermore do the things you like in life," Maldonado stated, grinning. "Also, I do what I like ... It's lovely work, it's nostalgic and it's a piece of me. I convey it in my veins." (Esteban Felix/Associated Press)

  18. Luis Maldonado sits tight for customers by his old wooden box camera in Plaza de Armas in Santiago, Chile. Customers are rare, with days, even weeks, going before somebody requests that he make a picture with the antiquated camera. (Esteban Felix/Associated Press)