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For the new VW T Cross, transportation specialist MARCUS P. SAUER and his team wrapped up production in the world metropolis Shanghai, for which he was commissioned by Shanghai-based agency Dentsu. “The underlying idea was to make an editorial impression, with a focus more on emotions than an informal vehicle...” the photographer tells GoSee. And that he succeeded in doing so with modern flair is demonstrated in the young and colorful production presented here.
03.12.2019 // show complete article
The new SKODA Kamiq is finally out. For the occasion, transportation specialist MARCUS P. SAUER and his team had the honor of realizing the production in dream destination Barcelona. Marcus P. Sauer was commissioned by Prague-based agency Optimist. “With an incredible team, the motifs were photographed on eight days of shooting.” Marcus tells GoSee and continues: “The idea was to leave an honest editorial impression and not have to iron out the kinks too much in post production... but, of course, none at all wouldn’t be an option either.” the photographer tells GoSee tongue in cheek. We have the result as well as several making-of impressions for you here on GoSee.
30.09.2019 // show complete article
A free moment during a production was used by photographer MARCUS PHILIP SAUER for his personal project entitled 'Underwater Prison', for which he photographed at the Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta on Pemberton Place. It is equipped with a 31,000 m³ salt- and freshwater basin containing more than 100,000 animals of 500 different species – making it the largest aquarium worldwide at the time it was opened. Among its absolute highlight attractions are four young whale sharks, three belugas and two manta rays.
Marcus Philipp Sauer on his motivation: “Even though you try to avoid aquariums and zoos, it became necessary to visit one after all to capture these photos. Despite the fact that proprietors always claim their importance with regard to research and conservation, they are above all interested in one thing: profit. And animals must suffer so that we can stare at them.”
If you were planning a visit, we can offer you an alternative: the aquarium of the future. The digital software system LightAnimal was designed by Japanese duo Haruyoshi Kawai and Keisuke Saikai. Visitors can experience realistic, life-size whales, dolphins and other wild animals in their natural habitats without harming them or causing distress to wildlife. GoSee : lightanimal.net // youtube.com/watch
16.09.2019 // show complete article