Hong Kong Color: Photography by Douce d’Ivry

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Hong Kong’s street life captured on film by photographer Douce d’Ivry.

Douce D’Ivry is a French photographer based in Hong Kong. Her passion is fashion and street photography. Inspired by artists such as Fred Herzog, Joel Meyerowitz, William Eggelston, and the colors and variety of everyday life, her images are characterized by a strong contrast of saturated colors and a good dose of humor.

Hong Kong Colors is a series of street photographs that have been captured exclusively on film. The series shows all facets of the city. Some of the images can be found below. For more, please visit Douce d’Ivry’s portfolio on Flickr.

Hong Kong's street life captured on film by photographer Douce d'Ivry.
Hong Kong’s street life captured on film by photographer Douce d’Ivry.
Tramways.
Tramways.
Grocery shopping at the butcher.
Grocery shopping at the butcher.
The French photographer is documenting life and people of this unique Chinese metropolis.
The French photographer is documenting life and people of this unique Chinese metropolis.
Rare places at the window.
Rare places at the window.
Two creepy guys.
Two creepy guys.
Hong Kong colors.
Hong Kong colors.
Walking through the streets.
Walking through the streets.

All images © by Douce d’Ivry.

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