French photographer Ludwig Favre captures the monumental architecture of Paris with the romantic eye of a Parisian. His pictures of California's iconic architecture and beaches carry the same romantic feel of a Parisian shooting exotic landscapes. Favre is know for his soft palette, interesting crops and large scale photographs.
I eat a quick breakfast of fruit and croissants with my kids before dropping them o at school. On my way back I stop at L’Atelier for a co ee.
When I am not shooting for a client, I like to set o with my camera to discover new parts of the city on my scooter. Paris has so many hidden squares and gardens that are rarely photographed, so I love taking this extra time to explore.
Some of my favorite places to have lunch are in my local neighborhood (arrondissement) like La Grande Epicerie, Bon Marche or Invictus, which are not far from Le Jardin du Luxembourg.
After lunch I’m back on my scooter to drive along the Seine to take advantage of the view and the people watching.
Some days I surrender to a sweet treat between 4-5 and head to my favorite bakery on the Boulevard Saint-Germain for a pastry. en I head back home to start reviewing the images that I’ve taken that day.
I have dinner with my family. We often go to Toyo. The chef is the former fashion designer for KENZO. All the dishes are prepared in front of you and are just incredible!