You can write a thousand Words or take just one Photograph
Originating from southern France (Corsica), I've always been fascinated
by the sea and the combination of the three key elements which are water, wind and light. It gives us endless photographic possibilities, everything is constantly moving, changing, evolving, near and far. Sailing Photography started for me in 2004 with medium format Mamiya RB67 and 35mm Nikon Nikonos on the deck of the Moonbeam IV (Skipper was Bernard Tarrès at that time) while attending my first major regattas in the Mediterranean Sea at "Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez". It's been some years now, only one sunk camera, a few bumps and bruises on the ribs, salty water in the eyes , thousands of images and I'm still burning for it.
The Sea is very demanding for both sailors and photographers, a real motivation to pushing the limits when mother nature decides to challenge the human spirit.
Photography can change People, just like Music or Cinema. It still reaches us where nothing else can. Photographers have the power to show you what you would never have seen otherwise, the other side of your life's mirror, the secret part of your world. It's all about the people and what they do, it's all about the moments we share in our lives.
Since the Seventies | France, Corsica
Applied Modern Languages studies (B.A. Erasmus)
Photoassistant | Lots of people, lots of places, loads of gear
Photography | www.csorenti.com, since 2004
People oriented | Water driven
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