Adenor Gondim: Adenor comes from a family of photographers, and has been taking passport photos since the fifties. 'At one time, one of my uncles used to go from village to village. With his camera and his black cloth, he was a great attraction. But he was also important: by taking photos that people stuck to their documents, it gave them a legal existence.' Adenor sees himself as a mix of native, white and black. 'My grandad married my Indian grandmother after he got her by a dente de cachorro Ð 'by the teeth of a dog', as we say here. He really kidnapped my grandmother, something that used to happen quite often in the deep interior.'