Ludwig Favre's New Photography Series Focuses on New York's Chinatown

Titled “Chinatown, New York, Rainy Day.”

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For his latest project, French photographer Ludwig Favre captured New York’s Chinatown. Explaining the project — aptly titled “Chinatown, New York, Rainy Day” — Favre says that the images were taken in the early morning and that he “let myself get carried away by the colors of the lights that reflected the rain.”

Favre is a renowned photographer who specializes in capturing landscapes and cityscapes across America. The “Chinatown, New York, Rainy Day” project fits into this style, and shows another side to normal images of New York. You can take a look through the project above, and head over to his website to see more of Favre’s previous work.

For more photography, take a look inside the first ever European solo show from the legendary Willy Vanderperre.

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