Luca Renoldi

Luca born in Milan on 1958 and is living in the surround of Monza, not far from the loved Milan, with the wife Cinzia, the daughter Alessia and their dog Chanel.
His indomable vitality and will to discover new horizons get him called a twenty-year-old with 30 years of experience.100% of effort and energy is always offered to every passion he has. Lover of football, fans of FC Internazionale Milano, he is active part of InterClub Muratidentro supporters club. He loves since ever the photographic art, taking pictures of whatever he finds interesting, nothing precluded, fitting the perspectives to the mounted optics, rarely constructing his own photos, leaving the images as real as his eyes have captured.

Manager in a company producing industrial laundry machines, he travels all around the world right along with his trustworthy Nikon, always finding the time to dedicate himself to photography, which sometimes combines with fractals or various experimental techniques.

Camera Gear: Nikon D700
Current Location: Monza, Italy

Some of Luca Renoldi’s Most Popular Award Achievements

Fall Red, by Luca Renoldi

Fall Red, by Luca Renoldi

Autumn is such a wonderful time of the year. Leaves are turning vibrant colors, weather is getting cooler. It inspired me to take this photograph of leaf on my ...
Rose, by Luca Renoldi

Rose, by Luca Renoldi

For a touchy-feely person, rose means a lot. It makes them happy, and smiles back if they are sad, and to some, it’s a symbol of love. It’s a flower that meant...

Sunset at Liscomb, by Luca Renoldi
Rows, by Luca Renoldi
Fall Red, by Luca Renoldi
Rose, by Luca Renoldi
Yellow and Green, by Luca Renoldi
Pink Gerbera, by Luca Renoldi
Lake Oggiono, by Luca Renoldi
Sunflower, by Luca Renoldi
Grape, by Luca Renoldi
EMP Reflection, by Luca Renoldi
Sunset over Yellowstone Lake, by Luca Renoldi
Microflowers, by Luca Renoldi
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Recent Reflections Based on Luca Renoldi’s Photographs

Beautiful Pain

Beautiful Pain

Pain and beauty, are they dissimilar? Can pain ever be beautiful? I think it can. No kind of sensation is keener and more active than that of pain. Its impressi...

Beautiful Pain
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