By the sea by Luca Regoli

What would it be like when you bring street photography to the beach? That's what Luca Regoli has been doing. In this series, Luca Regoli wants to match his love for the sea with his passion for street photography, and he calls it beach-street photography.

 

 

 

 

 

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What would it be like when you bring street photography to the beach? That's what Luca Regoli has been doing. The Italian photographer lives just a few kilometers from the sea and realized the beach is some kind of street. But different. Unlike an urban environment where the game of lights is artificially too dynamic, a coastal scene is more natural with a lot of light unimpeded by buildings. So the photographer's shots are less studied and more spontaneous. He just lets the moments slip through his lens.

But the most striking thing about Luca's photos is the fact that he can capture the essence of every season in an environment where one hardly sees trees and other signs of seasonal changes in still photography. He achieves it with different colors and rhythms, and with people: The lively and sunny colors and the many people who populate the beaches during the summer season, also by the joyful and cheerful environment that is at the same time chaotic; The duller and melancholic colors and the few people who mix with the greatness of the sea and the beach near the winter season. The cold, the silence, the immense space, and the few people give us a sense of peace, a moment of a break from the frenetic life of every day. In this series, Luca wants to match his love for the sea with his passion for street photography, and he calls it beach-street photography.
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Luca Regoli was born in 1972 and he lives in Mordano, a small village in Italy. His passion for photography started three years ago when he decides to stop smoking. He thought of replacing the urge to smoke with the snap of the camera. He bought his first reflex and started as a self-taught photographer. He is very picky about the composition, much less about the perfection of the technique. He doesn’t have a top camera and he doesn't use much post-production. He loves to take photos with a fixed lens 35mm or 50mm.

 

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