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Transportation specialist MARC TRAUTMANN photographed the new MERCEDES BENZ GLE campaign on California's idyllic Lake Tahoe surrounded by pine forests in a romantic mountain landscape. To underscore the claim: 'In its element on any terrain', Marc staged the SUV both on- and off-road. The former M-Class was given a new name and with it a facelift: The GLE has new headlights with an integrated daytime driving function, a new fender design, and LED tail lights. The DYNAMIC SELECT Controller can be …20.07.2015 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article
By day and by night, MARC TRAUTMANN shot potential Mercedes Benz C-Class drivers in downtown Los Angeles. Responsible for the production was Jake Mills; the photos were retouched by GoSee member STEFAN EISELE.12.05.2015 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article
Following an automotive production in Los Angeles, transportation specialist MARC TRAUTMANN captured the fascinating, graphical everyday routine of the American parking system. 'Customs Aerial Parking' describes his personal spread about impressive light and shadow moments.12.05.2015 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article
Transportation photographer MARC TRAUTMANN strolled with the new MINI Cooper S 5-door vehicle and a stylish crew through nighttime London's trendy Shoreditch area. The people shots with the iconic compact car added a few more motifs to the cool image of the brand. Responsible for organization on location was RM Production; styling was in the hands of Pauli Pankow. Post production: Nicola Krämer / Harvest.12.05.2015 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article
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The transportation photographer MARC TRAUTMANN traveled with his entire crew to the Dolomites where they produced a new spread with the Jaguar F-Type R against the backdrop of the beautiful natural landscape. He was supported in production by Hannes Deter c/o GoSee member NU PROJECTS. To finish the job, Recom Farmhouse took care of CGI and post production. Since 1993, Marc Trautmann has been traveling the world as a free photographer active in the areas of automotive and people. His base is the …08.04.2015 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article
MARC TRAUTMANN snapped an editorial for GQ UK with British Grime rapper and MC from South East London Tinie Tempah, as well as the new AMG GT. Creative director James Warner took the creative lead on set in London and Andy Knight carried out the set design. The pictures received a concrete wall via CGI as well as the classic creative retouch made by RECOM. We also present the behind-the-scenes video by Mercedes Benz here on GoSee. We also present as a glimpse into the photographer’s por …24.02.2015 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article
A film? A snapshot of the past? A legendary moment. In his new project photographer MARC TRAUTMANN creates situations that put the viewer in the position of an innocent bystander in a movie scene, but which movie? The cinemascope format plays with the DNA of film shots which lead the viewer to believe they already know what they see. The images suggest they are taken from a thriller, a film noir or from other crime genres in cinema culture. The protagonists seem somehow haunted and lost at th …05.11.2014 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article