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ITINERAIRE D’UN RÊVEUR

Photo credits for the page : Itinéraire d’un Rêveur – all rights reserved

Born in Vannes (France), Romuald aka “Itinéraire d’un Rêveur” lives in Lyon since 4 years. Entirely self-taught, between 2017 and 2018 he takes a sabbatical year to travel all around the world. It is during this journey that he manages to express himself through his objective and thus to share his feelings.

Travel is like tattoos, they stick to the skin and as soon as you taste, you can not stop.

Since then, he continues to travel, realizes his dreams, then dreams again …

To seize the moment, to fix the gaze, to hide from the world and show it through my eyes, this is what composes my universe. It is the feeling that guides him, the feeling that passes through him at the moment! Romuald shoots with a Nikon D750.

Dream or Die

 

ROMUALD 1

ARCHI-BLUFFING
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ROMUALD 2

MEN AND SOULS 1
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ROMUALD 3

MEN AND SOULS 2
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ROMUALD 4

Black and white walks
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ROMUALD 5

MONSTERS OF STEEL
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ROMUALD 6

 STOP ON OBJECTS I
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ROMUALD 7

 STREET ART CALLING I
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ROMUALD 8

 STREET ART CALLING II
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ROMUALD 9

LIGHT ON / LIGHT OFF
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Gallery’s Eye

     “In black and white or in color, Romuald’s photographs capture the intensity of a look and the ardor of an attitude. From London’s underground to a Cambodian family or a Californian skater, men and women immortalized through the camera of the young photographer have one thing in common: the power of their authenticity.
Between movements, lights and aesthetic intensity, his photographs combine the quality of images with expertly composed shots, impeccably sharp shots as well as framing enhancing the best subjects. The photo then becomes the result of moments of humanity of a rare intimacy.
Romuald shoots with his camera, but also and especially with his eye. If his images capture human beings, they are inevitably interested in the traces they left behind. They are attached to the fast, light, almost superficial character of his shots. This lightness, Romuald claims it. He seems to participate fully in the simplicity of a cliché, a personal point of view on a real of infinite diversity. Lightness is the key.