Guénolé Trehorel is a self-taught photographer. Living in one of the most beautiful regions of France, Brittany, it’s quite natural that Guénolé specialized in landscape photography.
Born in France in 1974, Guénolé Trehorel is a self-taught photographer.
Passionate about music, sports, and nature, it took him some time to find his artistic flair, which was buried deep inside him. One day, he looked through a DSLR lens and it was an epiphany. That moment changed his life. He then decided to fully commit himself to photography in order to develop his own universe.
Always searching for new challenges, it was with the greatest happiness that he became an official photographer for music festivals as well as for ACO (Automobile Club de l'Ouest) and thus covered the 24 Hours of Le Mans for 10 years. Guénolé enjoys to highlight the beauty of his surroundings by working with various tourist bureaus in his region of residence.
How does he describe his style? For Guénolé, photography must be immersive, whatever the subject. It must give off emotion. He captures light and sublime movement while seizing special moments.
Living in one of the most beautiful regions of France, Brittany, it’s quite natural that Guénolé specialized in landscape photography.
Understanding the different light conditions, regardless of season and weather, is essential to magnify these landscapes. According to Guénolé, getting up early and going to bed late are key to finding these special light conditions as you develop your own universe.