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For the presentation of the new Hyundai i30 Fastback, the carmaker decided in favor of creative duo Michael Compensis and Thomas von Salomon from WE! shoot it, who already delivered the photo material for the I30 Hatchback and Wagon (GoSee reported). For the third vehicle from the I30 family, the two also had the honor of filming the about one-minute trailer in addition to the studio stills! A job quite welcome for the two automotive pros, true to their slogan "anything visual". While Posch Photomedia took care of the artwork of the photos, Maritim-Film flexed their best equipment under the supervision of the duo! The two received direction support from Hafida Zebri, and behind the camera stood Daniel Ritter. The result is a trailer demonstrating the photographic lighting of the two car photographers.
22.07.2017 // show complete article
WE! shoot it. Michael Compensis and Thomas von Salomon slip into the fireproof overalls at the 24-hours classic race to get right up close where the action is! The 911 with gigantic rear wing and the BMW 2002 with twin carb kit made the hearts of the two petrolheads leap. When looking at the photos with their classic look, shot by the duo at 35°C in the pitstop and at the north loop, you can almost here the roaring of the engines and smell the burned rubber! We have the thrilling result here on GoSee!
21.07.2017 // show complete article
For RAMP STYLE, the WE! shoot it creative duo, made up of Thomas von Salomon and Michael Compensis, photographed the new Range Rover Velar. Landrover on the machine: “The new Range Rover Velar is our most luxurious and powerful mid-size SUV. Superior performance, breathtaking design.” Most important for the Ramp team for the spread of the company's own Style magazine was the design aspect of the new SUV.
Plus, it was a dream come true for the design-savvy creative duo when they found out that they would get to immortalize design classics from Braun, Brionvega or Eames for the issue in addition to the high-end studio photos. The result is a sensitive, reduced editorial design spread for the new issue of RAMP Style, in stores on 4 June. Go & See!
22.05.2017 // show complete article