In the collaboration between David Maurer and Porsche, David hit the bull’s-eye. And so, thanks to Maurer the new Macan GTS gets his big moment of fame. In the global campaign for Porsche which was shot over three weeks in different cities, the car glides elegantly through all the streets and past various localities. Maurer has taken advantage of the intense lights in the cities to set the focus on the real star. At full speed, everything blurs around the car and you can feel that nothing is able stop the new Porsche. After seeing the photo spread, a car fan or a loyal Porsche lover can't help but fall in love with the Macan GTS. So there is nothing more to say than this spread paves the way for Porsche to put the pedal to the medal.
David Maurer also photographed the BRABUS MERCEDES-BENZ G63. We have photos from the shoot here on GoSee.
Sand as far as the eye can see, with a car and lots of fun. Joel Micah MILLER photographed with a Landrover, a tough snowboarder and a fast driver spectacular stunts in the desert of South Africa. “They had fun. We got sandy. Everybody´s happy,” says the photographer. The result is a photo spread which, next to the obligatory romance and off road shots, also crazy pictures of the snowboarder in the dunes and the driver in the car.
He also photographed a lifestyle test for Smart... Go & See !
“A Cadillac is a car that has character, its own profile and charm. It is subtle but prominent and always elegant. You might even start philosophizing that it’s a car which finds its matching driver rather than the driver being the one who finds the right car. The situation is similar with Tillmann Franzen’s photos: These are photos the presence of which you can actually feel. They are exactly the type of photos that speak a certain language. Thus, the cooperation between Tillmann Franzen and General Motors for their Cadillac’s V-Series constitutes a perfect match. In this photo series, he creates a very effective but sober romanticism that gives his pictures these special Franzen aesthetics. Presenting the Cadillac in various everyday situations means presenting its hidden aspects. The not-so-obvious, unobtrusive splendor that yearns for being discovered…” says Christa Klubert about the job.