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Louis Sahuc's Visions of His New Orleans

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Louis Sahuc's Visions of His New Orleans

Katrina & Beyond

Louis Sahuc's Visions of His New Orleans

Louis Sahuc's Visions of His New Orleans

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"The Singer" -- a moment captured in a New Orleans restaurant. Louis Sahuc/Photo Works New Orleans hide caption

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"The Singer" -- a moment captured in a New Orleans restaurant.

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One year after Hurricane Katrina devastated his native city, New Orleans photographer Louis Sahuc is back home and urging others to visit and help revive the area's economy.

For his part, he's hoping his wistful, romantic photographs of the Crescent City's people and places, both before and after the storm, will lure visitors back.

Alex Chadwick, who originally spoke with Sahuc earlier this year, reconnects with the photographer.