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The team from PORSCHE and Kemper Kommunication once again selected urban locations in the USA – and photographer Erik CHMIL c/o PAM-Mirjam Böhm as well. The result: shots with the racy four-door Swabian sedan – Porsche Panamera. The Cologne-based automotive and CGI expert can look back on a long and trusting business relationship with both the car brand and the agency. Rendering was again in the skillful hands of Zerone, whereas the final post production was done in-house by Chm …14.07.2015 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article
Hamburg’s largest arena has a new sponsor. Commissioned by the new patron BARCLAY and the agency Track, architecture specialist Thomas EBERT photographed the hall in a new look. The Arena has been named after the major London-based bank since July and is now the third multifunction arena in Europe to be named Barclay Card Arena, after the mobile service provider O2 has withdrawn from this segment.14.07.2015 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article
Well then, bottoms up: These days not only pils beer is made out of hops and malt. At his studio in the cathedral city of Cologne, Manuel MITTELPUNKT c/o PAM photographed an extensive GQ special about men’s favorite drink. I wonder if the bottles got back to the stores after the shoot? We wouldn't tell…11.07.2015 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article
Together with the agency DDB Barcelona, GARRIGOSA STUDIO developed an advertising motif for the VOLKSWAGEN Touran. The motif presented illustrates just how spacious the wonder of a vehicle is. And as usual for the Spanish photography artists, besides photographing, the Garrigosas were also entrusted with CGI and post production.11.07.2015 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article
Comedian and actress Martina Hill adorns DB Mobil magazine's July issue – this time quite unusually as a brunette. She was photographed by people and portrait photographer Phillip GÄTZ in his signature style: loud, flashy and colorful. However, not in his Hamburg headquarters but in Düsseldorf on the Rhein river. Deutsche Bahn magazine has a circulation of more than a million issues. And because the magazine is distributed in nearly every train of the busy country Germany, DB is …11.07.2015 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article
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The renowned Carioca Studios are the experts when it comes to extraordinary visual advertising. Carioca, which is Romanian for crayon, was founded by the three photographers Dragos Traistaru, Andrej Stoleru and Dragos Coman, who decided to combine their expertise. With the combination of photography, illustration, postproduction and CGI, the team and their 16 permanent staff members provide full-service from a single source. Their photography focuses on the areas: animals, still life, people …11.07.2015 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article
PAMs sport and people photographer Klaus HEINZLER demonstrates how an airport can be quite a sporty affair. Along the parking deck at the Hamburg airport, he staged a kind of urban crossfit session.11.07.2015 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article
The future can come. For the German issue of QVEST Magazine, still life photographer Manual MITTELPUNKT c/o PAM-MIRJAM BÖHM once again put his camera to work and staged various beauty products in his Cologne studio remaining true to his style: extremely purist and very graphic. The topic this time was 'Interstellar Skin', which stands for groundbreaking high-tech cosmetics.18.05.2015 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article
Together with the agency Kapacht, the Cologne automotive and landscape expert Erik CHMIL created new motifs for VOLKSWAGEN. This time, he photographed the background area and ground surface so that various VW models could be added later using CGI. The ad shows the Professional Class series, which is aimed at freelancers and is equipped with many extras. Retouching was done in cooperation between CHMIL in-house and Zerone Düsseldorf.18.05.2015 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article