A children's portrait photographer in Ecuador keeps alive a classic tradition.

Before cameras were widespread, if you were poor or lived somewhere remote in Latin America, the only way you could get your photo taken was by a travelling photographer. They would go from town to town with their home made cameras, elaborate studios and painted backdrops and set up in squares, much like buskers or circus performers.

Moises Valverde and his wife Nury go all around Ecuador taking portraits of children in the old way.