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WAGNERCHIC : Nights at the Museum – photographer Max Leitner photographs between the historic cars and unique architecture of the Porsche Museum

During the lockdown in April, photographer Max Leitner got the chance to have a blast at the Porsche Museum for one night. He received an access card, a short introduction to how the building works and then a free pass to shoot one whole night. The motifs were finalized by Manuel Wagner from WAGNERCHIC Postproduction & Retouching. Balancing out the right exposures and the rather understated look of the imagery provided the perfect visual stage for the historic vehicles, creating a clear contrast between the light, cars and the unique architecture of the museum.

The result is a varied photo spread for which the creatives had total creative freedom. The production was supported by Benjamin Marjanac, Marketing Specialist at Porsche AG. You can watch the behind-the-scenes video for the project here : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IgjP18IKlpw

The Porsche Museum has been presenting automotive history all about ‘Fascination Porsche’ in an incomparable manner ever since 2009. The impressive piece of architecture is located in the heart of the company’s home city of Zuffenhausen. Be inspired by over 80 vehicles on the 5,600 square meter exhibition area. As a living automobile museum, the Porsche Museum presents a number of unique events and exceptional special exhibitions on special topics or special anniversaries each year.

 
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