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Relaxation and exploration, adventures… or just taking a breather. Discover the surprising sides of Berlin. Marija Mihailova c/o EMEIS DEUBEL was chosen by Parasol Island to photograph the new VISIT BERLIN campaign. The goal was to present a view of Berlin beyond the usual clichées, which is why locations were chosen that are perhaps even unknown to a few Berliners. Production and casting were taken care of by Parasol Island.
With a large-scale image campaign, visitBerlin is advertising across Germany for a visit to the capital. The opening of hotels, restaurants and touristic sights has paved the way, and Berlin is reclaiming the vivacious liveliness it is known for step by step. The campaign ‘Berlin. All that and more.’ and the city invites visitors to Berlin and puts the city’s multifaceted variety of attractions front and center. A new landing page makes these attractions more accessible for visitors. In addition, visitBerlin advertises in large areas of the cityscape in key German states, including Bavaria, Baden-Wuerttemberg, North Rhine-Westphalia and Hesse to whet the appetite for the capital with new and unexpected motifs. GoSee : visitberlin.de
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Photographer Özgür Albayrak c/o EMEIS DEUBEL staged the HYUNDAI Azera on location. Production was taken care of by Markenfilm, with post production taken care of by GoSee premium member ZERONE.
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Benne OCHS c/o EMEIS DEUBEL and Anna Clea Skoluda, aka ‘OS Imagery’, photographed a personal project for which they portrayed Abitur students in their final year during the stay-at-home order in Hamburg.
OS Imagery : “Graduating with the Abitur, the highest possible German school diploma, is a time students have been longing for, a time laden all the while with plans and dreams, in anticipation of the rest of life finally beginning. But all of a sudden, right before plunging into independence, planned just as much as all the parties and trips around the world upon graduation, the plug is pulled – and everything goes silent. The lockdown led to a complete standstill. All plans were null and void, while graduates waited in uncertainty. A feeling of weightlessness, of floating in a vacuum of plans and events that wanted to be experienced before it’s off to uni.
This break, although temporary, from the rat race of ‘growing up’ initially felt wrong, and boredom soon set in. This state of mind, which is so utterly important for creativity and self-reflexion, was new for many in a day and age of constant distraction, but ultimately turned out to be a valuable gift. Because now, they were even freed from the obligation to have fun and spend the time between graduation and uni as extremely effectively or unusually as possible. There was finally a bit of space to analyze and reflect upon what has been achieved and what lies ahead without pressure from the outside. Time to think over plans and focus on other things. A chance to live life independently, bound less by the expectations of society. Serving as a symbol for this standstill in the life of Abitur graduates is the abandoned Reeperbahn, just waiting for the starting signal to get things going again.”
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