This Photographer Captures our Favorite Places, Candy Coated with Millennial Pink

If you have a sweet tooth, look no further than Photographer, Ludwig Favre. Favre was born just outside of Paris, yet has always had a fascination with the United States as he explained to us in a previous interview. He is experienced in visual curation for a variety of different media.

Whilst admiring Favre’s collections, we couldn’t help but notice the commonality of candy-coloured tones among his work. The combination of candy-coloured tones, youthfulness, and even dream-like scenery in his portfolio caught our eye.

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Favre’s collections encourage us to step outside our comfort zones, and reminds us to embrace the innocence and playfulness of our inner-child! Each of Favre’s collections are unique, fun, and captivating in their own way.

We were curious as to why Ludwig Favre, favours a world of candy-colours, after chatting with him, it’s become apparent. Enjoy!

THE PLUS: The last time we talked to you, you had just completed a series on Basketball Courts across New York City. How did you decide to focus on California amusement parks?
Ludwig Favre:
I travel from east to west the united states and amusement parks are very present in the united states disneyland universal studio, I had already realized a series on the. Santa Cruz park is in. this continuity that I realized this series in Los Angeles.

TP: What was the significance in choosing California as your destination?
LF:
It is a state that I particularly like because of its landscapes and its climate, the presence of the sea is also very important for me.The architecture and history of a city like Los Angeles or Palm Springs make its places very photogenic places. moreover, California is one of the most present places in movies or series that rock my childhood.

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TP: We’ve noticed a common candy-coloured tone among your work…what draws you to these colours?
LF:
I like pastel colors as well as azur blues I like working on these tone that express in a certain way the time that passes and a nostalgic side.

TP: For the Spring Colors, Spain collection, it seems like you primarily focused on depicting buildings with clear, geometric architecture. Could you tell us a bit more about your technique in photographing buildings in this way?
LF:
I focus enormously on my subjects and I look for angles of view that can highlight my subject, I also play with the shadows to have interesting reliefs.

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TP: Did you have as much fun capturing these photographs as it seems? Did you enjoy one location more than the others?
LF:
I liked doing this series because it allowed me to go around the attractions also I loved santa monica pier. which is a place of entertainment in the city in front of the sea.

TP: The candy-coloured tones of these projects seem to mainly channel Spring and Summer vibes. Do you have any plans for the remainder of Autumn and Winter?
LF:
Yes. I will definitely go to Scotland, but also in Asia and maybe in the Islands of the Caribbean.

TP: What destinations do you want to check off your bucket list next?
LF:
Australia, New Zealand, Vietnam…

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