Portuguese photographer Eduardo Gageiro (born 1935), is widely considered the country's foremost photojournalist. Gageiro is very much a photographer in the style of the postwar French humanists such as Henri Cartier-Bresson, Robert Doisneau and Willy Ronis. The vicissitudes of everyday life in all that it has of the monotonous and of the historic are the recurring theme in his wide-ranging body of work.
You focus in and out from the man behind the glass and the reflection. This is a man's - an immigrant's - first sight of America and his future. Henri Cartier-Bresson - Makes your eye move around the picture.