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Agnieszka Doroszewicz

about
Born in 1980, she studied photo design at the Dortmund University of Applied Sciences and Arts and completed her studies there. In 2004 she moved to Hamburg and worked with many well-known advertising photographers. Since 2007 Agnieszka has been working as a freelance photographer in Hamburg, always looking for the best possible picture. Overflowing with energy, it is always inspiring to see how she works. She distinguishes herself by the time she takes to retouch her photos herself. That's why she always strives to achieve maximum quality and performance with every photo. She has developed her style, especially in automotive photography.

about the artwork
 BMW VISION M NEXT - A COLLABORATION BETWEEN PHOTOGRAPHY, CGI CARS, STUDIO IMAGES, 360°IMAGING AND SHORT ANIMATIONS  THE POWER OF ATTRACTION. DAS DESIGN DES BMW VISION M NEXT. Für den BMW Vision M NEXT hat das BMW Designteam Elemente des ikonischen BMW Turbo und des innovativen BMW i8 herangezogen und zukunftsweisend interpretiert.  Der BMW Vision M NEXT gibt einen Ausblick darauf, wie die elektrifizierte Zukunft der Marke BMW M aussehen könnte. Anders als der BMW Vision iNEXT, der verdeutlicht hat, wie das autonome Fahren das Leben an Bord verändern wird, zeigt der BMW Vision M NEXT wie digitale Intelligenz das selbstbestimmte Fahrerlebnis purer und emotionaler machen kann. Das Exterieur unterstreicht diesen Anspruch mit den Proportionen eines Sportwagens, das Interieur stellt den Fahrer konsequent in den Mittelpunkt.   Credits: BMW VISION M NEXT Client: BMW Group  Creative Direction: Julia Obermeier  Projectmanagement: Raphael Jasinski CGI-Artist / CarRenderings: Oliver Kossatz c/o PX2 Modeling: Jan Fischer Photography & PostProduction: Agnieszka Doroszewicz c/o SeverinWendeler & PX2 Talent: AketchJoy c/o M4 Models Styling: Margie Otte c/o Kathrin Hoberg Artists H&M: Markus Kopp Production: www.wagner-productions.com

 
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Peter Franck | Atelier Glücklichundschön

about the artwork
Future, transport, car, movement ... more than glossy animated lifestyle landscapes behind cars

 
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BEN & MARTIN

about the artwork
NO PROBLEM!   BAM, presenting their newest outcome „NO PROBLEM“ featuring the collector’s car BMW M6, built in 1986. The super easy peasy Transportation & Fashion related series has the friendly  extraterrestrial nickname ALF, hanging from the the rear mirror of the shooting car, as aired on NBC in 1986.   Their submission for this years Gosee Awards @ UPDATE Berlin, contains a small collection of pictures from the upcoming magazine, which is titled - „NO PROBLEM“! ALF´s most famous quote from the TV shows.   All submitted pictures are taken as one shots, wich have been barely retouched by Hamburg’s Post-Production Boutique TREY Digital Studio. Meet the two Photographers at Update Berlin 2019 and try to get your hands on the upcoming „NOP“ Magazine. Credits Photography : BAM represented by Kai Tietz Creative Director: Anna Berlin Production: FALCA Styling: Natalie Schneider H&M: Katharina Nitzpon Casting: Production World Models: Noé Pétermann Irina Vilanova & Frederic Klein Post Production: Trey Digital Studio

 
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Julia Marie Werner

about
1982 born in Stuttgart Bad-Cannstatt / Germany
2001 school graduation
2001/2002 stay in France
2003-2006 study of photography in the
René Staud Studios in Leonberg / Germany
2007-2011 freelance assistant
10/2009-04/2010 creative photo work in South Africa
since 2012 freelance photographer

Julia Marie Werner captures people, in all their emotion and glory. Whether in studio or on location, Werner’s photographs are vibrant, full of life and energy. Originally trained at the acclaimed René Staud Studios in Stuttgart, Germany, she proceeded to focus on automotive photography before exploring her keen interest in people. Werner is a member of the BFF, the German professional association of freelance photographers and film makers, and a photographic volunteer for ARTHELPS, an initiative of creatives and artists who run projects to help children from deprived areas.

about the artwork
Girls can design, drive, repair and photograph cars just as boys can.  A girl can do everything exactly as a boy can. Good, successful, go-get-it girls prove they’re just like boys.    – stop! – What??   Who says girls have to prove they’re the same as anyone who is not like them?  A girl photographs cars with her eyes, her emotions, her creativity.  Just because that does not look like the photos of photographer Y, who has already rocked off X – Mercedes and BMW campaigns, does not mean it ’s not relevant.  Are not over 50% of potential customers women?  Should not at least as much advertising be created by women as well?    ‚Because I’m a girl‘ means to me, taking photos of things I see because I’m who I am, not because I want them to look like the latest campaign of other men.  And yet, the temptation is always great to fit into a known scheme.  Do not appear too soft, don´t show too much emotion or speak too high.  Actually it should read ‚Because I am who I am‘, but ‚girl‘ describes me well enough.

 
  merits  

Anke Luckmann

about
Anke Luckmann, 
Fotografin
repräsentiert in Deutschland von Kai Tietz

about the artwork
Looks like L  

 
  merits  

Mert Dürümoglu

about the artwork
we defy the rules, and write our own...being timeless.

 
  merits  

Alessandra Kila

 
  merits  

RECOM GmbH & Co. KG

about the artwork
First 3 shots shows a cool Portfolio Project from Andreas Hempel with the supercool and legendary "Trans Am" on a little "trip" from Venice to Malibu. The other 8 Artworks shows the BMW Concept Car "Garmisch", which is a modernized replica of the in the 1970's build since today lost Original Concept Car. Stefan Milev photoraphed this classic replica on 8 x 10 inch polaroids as "one shots" as "orignal". The scanned polaroids got it's FINISH with our creative retouch.

 

Tom Senn

about
Tom Senn is a passionate writer and photographer at the same time. Historical vehicles and motorsport events are his home. He works for magazines, manufacturers and especially for his fans. Because he is a fan himself. Located in Hamburg, Germany.

As the great-nephew of the famous motorsport photographer Kurt Wörner, he always had one thing in mind: "Write with your heart and photograph with your Leicas."

about the artwork
Rallye Monte Carlo Historique is a more than one hundred years old historic event that in 2019 attracted hundreds of thousands of motorsport enthusiasts to their traditional venues. Perhaps for the very last time. Photographed by Tom Senn with Leica M and Leica Q, published in 2019 in the German Rallye Magazine.

 

Anton Watts

about the artwork
Anton Watts major colaboration with Infiniti and Crispin Porter Bogusky in this, the first of the 'Luxury Should Be Lived In' campaign featuring the QX50s. Four different cars, four different 'days in the life of' stories, each with talent, together with eight supporting videos for social. The production took Anton to New York City, Motauk and Los Angeles. 

 

Making Pictures

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Dan Burn-Forti has a wry way of looking at the world that gives his work a spirit and a sense of humour that can be rare in contemporary photography. His animal portraits are hugely popular and he has the ability to find an original twist when photographing Hollywood legends, political figures and sports stars. In his documentary-style shots of everyday scenes, Dan captures the quiet eccentricity that seems quintessentially British. He is drawn to the strange and the ridiculous, to people, customs and situations that are bizarre, pompous or both.  Dan tailors his approach to the individual commission to make sure he doesn’t repeat himself. That might mean immersing himself in personal work, playing with the tension between formal and unguarded in his portraits or trying to create pockets of spontaneity within the framework of his advertising commissions.Throughout it all, his instinctive feel for light and colour and his leftfield eye for happenstance elevates even seemingly straightforward images into something very special.

about the artwork
Dan Burn Forti’s Global Campaign for Mercedes-Benz B-Class. In his own words: ‘We shot this splendid set of sun-soaked marvels in Madrid (lovely city, needs a landmark) and the Costa Del Sol last summer over two legs.  Apart from being super excited at the prospect of shooting such a beast of a clever campaign, I was also initially a little daunted by the complex techniques required.  As it was a brand new, unseen version of an existing car, we were not allowed to shoot the hero models on location, for fear of Jose Bloggs posting a picture on Instagram or what not and ruining the surprise.  Instead we had a stand in model for the location shoots, and the real ones to shoot at a top secret, James Bond meets Only Fools and Horses mountain hideaway studio location, which came complete with 24-hour, SAS style security bods and a Ye Olde English pub. My initial trepidation was based on getting the angles, light, reflections etc exactly measured on location so that when we shot the real hero cars at the studio, we could perfectly replicate them, so that they would seamlessly drop into the location shots.  But as soon as we began on day one, I realised all of that was purely logical and very straight forward.  In fact, it’s a piece of cake this car photography. With the lovely production skills of Barrio, some splendid help from the Lizard Q rig, Jonas the pixel wizard of Recom Farmhouse and the charming marvels that are Antoni, the whole thing was a joy and, with my newfound knowledge and pair of 50m tape measures, I now just want to shoot loads of tasty cars.’

 

Chris Noltekuhlmann

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Revolution statt Evolution - NOW YOU CAN! Mit dem ID.3 beginnt eine neue Ära der Elektromobilität. Spüre die elektrisierende Performance. Erlebe wegweisendes Design und alltagstaugliche Reichweiten. Und das alles zu einem attraktiven Preis. Die Zukunft steht bereit. Also steig ein und registriere dich jetzt für ein Modell der exklusiven Sonderedition ID.3 1ST.  

about the artwork
Revolution statt Evolution - NOW YOU CAN! Mit dem ID.3 beginnt eine neue Ära der Elektromobilität. Spüre die elektrisierende Performance. Erlebe wegweisendes Design und alltagstaugliche Reichweiten. Und das alles zu einem attraktiven Preis. Die Zukunft steht bereit. Also steig ein und registriere dich jetzt für ein Modell der exklusiven Sonderedition ID.3 1ST.  

 
 

WE! shoot it

about the artwork
“One day, I want to...” is often how ideas start out that never seem to happen. But not for photographer duo Michael Compensis and Thomas von Salomon from WE! shoot it. “One day, I want to drive to France in a Citroën DS,” is what Thomas thought, who had just fulfilled his childhood dream with this extravagant automobile. “You know, you'd have to photograph everything analog on classic 4x5-inch film, preferably Polaroid Type 55.” Michael added. No sooner said than done. The duo drove off the very next day. The film has unfortunately been discontinued for more than ten years, but on a little detour to Düsseldorf, they managed to find some old stock. The next day after dreaming the “One day, I want to...” dream, the duo jumped into a Citroën DS 21 Pallas with a trunk full: 60 sheets of film, an old Linhof Technika, a couple of buckets of sodium sulphide, and wetting agents – off to France! The duo discovered all locations on the way, without even knowing in the morning where they would end up in the evening. Photos were taken in front of the bed and breakfast, the restaurant for dinner, and finally, at the beautiful start and finish lines of the former Grand Prix circuit of Reims Gueux! To make the series complete, the two photographers met up with Melina Johannsen @vintagebeautyglam, who not only modeled for them but also contributed the proper 60s styling with lots of love.

 

Stefan Viehbacher

about the artwork
Niemeyer&Maserati, shot 2019

 

Ole Westermann

about
Ole Westermann has a very modern and fresh approach to create strong and authentic images.
His portfolio ranges from lifestyle, transportation and people photography to brilliant landscape pictures that he catches during his travels. His clients include Adidas, Amazon, BMW, Google and Nike amongst others.

about the artwork
CLA200 Portfolio Project Berlin 2019

 

Marc Trautmann

about the artwork
The light weight bull This spread was shot with a "point and shoot" technique to create more emotional driving and performance shots with a maximum of agility in it. The twillight was chosen to give that dark brutal powered car even more intensity than it already got. No Rig no virtual Rig. Sand was thrown by the skills of the precission driver and the power of the car! Postprodcution only for look and feel. Shot and produced in a red desert two hrs away from Dubai. In dust we trust.  

 
 

cem guenes

about the artwork
Summertime - Let's dance! OMG Tuning // PERSONAL WORK // PIMPY MY RIDE // Photo Production: Joy Fischer  // Assistant: Anton Andalus & Jonas Huckstorf // Post Production: PX Group // 
 Models: Till @ Bobby Dazzler Agency // Founder of OMG Tuning: Cem Guenes // DOP: Linda Schäffler & Cem Guenes // Director: Cem Guenes // Art Direction: Cem Guenes // Set bau: Linda Schäffler Represented by: Tobias Bosch TBFM_Photographers