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Anke Luckmann photographs the LEXUS LC CONVERTIBLE CONCEPT CAR in Los Angeles for Team One LA

The premiere of the Lexus LC Convertible Concept at the North American International Auto Show 2019 in Detroit marks a new milestone in the development of the brand, following the spectacular appearance the LC Coupé made in Detroit only three years back. The LC Convertible Concept embodies the new standard in the Lexus design language and is a crystal ball glimpse at what the entire Lexus line-up has in store for the future. ANKE LUCKMANN had the car in front of her camera and staged the Lexus LC Convertible Concept Car in Los Angeles with modern and futuristic flair. The agency was Team One LA with Art Director Kevin Mitchell and Art Buyer Brian Gibson in the production by JB5 Productions.
25.04.2019 // show complete article

'Devil in Romania' - personal work by transportation photographer Anke LUCKMANN

"Not Dracula as expected – but the devil ran across my lens in Romania." says photographer ANKE LUCKMANN. The project continues where the China mask project left off which we already presented on GoSee. This small series was created in extremely cold temperatures, Anke lets us know. Her thanks go to Wintercroft "for the friendly support with the building plans."
05.03.2019 // show complete article

Transfăgărășan - photographer Anke Luckmann presents you the photos from her visit to conquer the notorious Carpathian road in fresh snow

"For years, I had wanted to drive along and see the Transfăgărășan... but we wouldn't get that far when we started off at the end of October and were surprised by the heavy snowfall." photographer ANKE LUCKAMNN tells GoSee. The aforementioned Transfogarasch elevated road was the freeway at the highest altitude in Romania for a long time – and in all the Carpathian Mountains – until the 148 kilometer long DN 67C freeway, or Transalpina, replaced it. The Transfogarascher freeway of today was for many years, both on the north and south sides, only a forest road and mountain trail until it was opened for long-distance traffic in 1974 after four years of construction.

Anke continues: "We tried to conquer the blocked road in the freshly fallen snow, but the mountain rescue service was friendly enough to help us out since we weren't getting anywhere. They supplied us with hot tea and sent us back down to the valley. So it's still on my to-do list. Have fun with the spread."
04.03.2019 // show complete article