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MARCUS PHILIPP SAUER photographs the GENESIS G70 CAMPAIGN FOR INNOCEAN USA in California and a lifestyle spread with the Range G70/80/90

Marcus Philipp SAUER and his team were commissioned by Innocean USA to photograph for the third time in California, where they realized a campaign for Genesis G70 as well as an editorial lifestyle spread for the entire Range G70/80/80S and 90. The Genesis G70 is a sedan of the brand Genesis owned by Hyundai Motor Company, expected to appear on the European market as a new mid-class alternative in 2019.

“Post production came from Zerone once again and was very important and sensitive. Production was again in the hands of JB5 – never change a winning team,” the photographer tells GoSee.
08.11.2018 // show complete article

'Luxury Evolved' - GENESIS G80 campaign for Innocean USA, photographed by MARCUS PHILIPP SAUER

“Through heart-stopping design and performance rivaled only by its first-class experience, Genesis is evolving luxury...” On commission for Innocean USA, Marcus Philipp SAUER and his team photographed now for the third time in California – this time an editorial campaign for Genesis G80 Sport, the sports sedan of the Hyundai luxury brand. “Post production came from Zerone and was just as relevant and sensitive as always. We have the glossy result and exciting making-of photos directly from behind the scenes for you exclusively on GoSee.”
15.06.2018 // show complete article

MERCEDES BENZ E-Class campaign photographed by MARCUS PHILIPP SAUER for BBDO in Beijing

Whether an upper-class sedan, sophisticated station wagon, generous coupé or sporty-luxurious convertible – every E-Class is a masterpiece of intelligence. On commission for BBDO, MARCUS PHILIPP SAUER traveled to Beijing, where he photographed the MERCEDES BENZ E-Class for the new campaign. Even though he prefers realistic locations, a backplate had to be created from multiple locations again this time to match the layout. We have the perfect result here on GoSee.
15.06.2018 // show complete article