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Beach Princess Raluca Mos

With Photographer Peter Grillmair we shot one of the up and coming supermodel Raluca Mos from Wilhelmina L.A., using Austrian jewelry brands. The story is very summer and has a strong beach look. Photographer Peter Grillmair Model Raluca Mos / Wilhelmina L.A. Hair and Make Up Artist Adriana Holban Fashion Stylist MAD LIONS Creative Director Mike York Check out our homepage for more pictures and our complete portfolio! As well please head to our page for booking requests!

ABOUT YOU-Project Collins Fall/Winter Campaign 2015

Sina Görtz staged the ABOUT YOU-Project Collins Fall/Winter Campaign 2015. The result for you on GoSee.

YAKEU E-fashion company your partner for Webfashion

We are YAKEU. YAKEU is a modern photo studio in the heart of southern Hamburg and your full-service partner for professional fashion photography. Our new location with 600 square meters of studio space allows us to cast your products in the best-possible light. From photo shoots with models and stills to compositions, we create high-quality product images for renowned customers around the globe. As an international photo studio with French-African and Icelandic backgrounds, we have offices in Marseilles and Reykjavík in addition to our headquarters in Hamburg.

We provide services for our customers in France and Scandinavia in particular from these two port cities. That allows us to be on site for you quickly when needed and helps us manage out international network. The team at YAKEU is made up of consultants, photographers, stylists, hair make‐up artists, model bookers, photo editors and texters.

We hold our work and ourselves to high standards. With plenty of creativity and more than 15 years of experience in the industry, we aim to bring art more closely into fashion...

New Campaign - HondaJet by John Fulton for Mullen

After spending the last three decades developing their line of premiere private jets, Honda is on the verge of releasing their first airplanes to the public. This series is the only conceptual campaign accompanying the launch. The goal of the "Wing's" campaign is to personify a realistic, but heroic version, of four specific demographics (demos that have the kind of money on hand and the need to purchase a private plane) with each of their arms extended in the shape of jet wings. Honda jets also have an iconic "over the wing" engine design and the goal was to incorporate elements of each hero's craft, position over the subject's arm's to complete the jet's shape. The client and agency's expectations were high - the series was to be dramatic and impactftul and because the ads were partially targeting the specific demographics represented in the series, all elements relating to their profession had to be 100% accurate. Lastly, the budget was tight considering their goals. After putting serious thought into logistics, it apparent that John Fulton would be sourcing photography,...

Wien's coolste Frauen - New Editorial for MAXIMA

For the Austrian fashion magazine Maxima we styled a wonderful editorial, featuring some of Vienna's most fashionable ladies. Using Chanel, Petar Petrov, Fendi, Isabel Marant and many other big brands, we created a modern yet classical look and underlined each of their personalities

Next Halloween is coming faster than you think !

Next Halloween is coming faster than you think! Check out our 'Halloween' Youtube Ad 2015 for on GoSee.

Studio Portrait Photography Masterclass in Munich, January 8-10, 2016

Photographer John McDermott will be teaching a Studio Portrait Photography Masterclass for the IF Academy at the Hensel Phototechnik Studio in Munich, January 8-10, 2016.

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Martina Sauter 'Split Secret' - ein Spiel mit Andeutungen in der Galerie Scharmann & Laskowski

Gegensätze wie Fiktion und Wahrheit, An- und Abwesenheit, Verbergen und Enthüllen sowie das Spiel mit Andeutungen bestimmen das Werk von Martina Sauter (*1974 in Konstanz), Meisterschülerin von Thomas Ruff . Die Künstlerin verbindet in ihren Werken Standbilder von Filmklassikern, entweder mit einer neu inszenierten Fotografie oder – wie in ihren jüngsten Werken – mit Briefen, Zeitungen und Dokumenten, die durch kaum wahrnehmbare Einschnitte in den Fotoabzug montiert sind. Den Betrachter in ihren Bann ziehend erwecken die spannungsgeladenen Arbeiten Unbehagen und Neugier.

In der heutigen Medienwelt sind wir allzeit umgeben von digitalen Bildern, die zu unserer Realität werden und es erschweren, die Grenzen zwischen Wahrheit und Fiktion zu erkennen. Sauter verweist auf die filmischen Erzählungen mit ihren imaginären Charakteren, lässt aber durch ihre Bildkomposition daraus auch ganz neue Geschichten entstehen. Die eingebetteten Papiere erinnern darüber hinaus an Geschichten, die das Leben schrieb. Es sind Briefe und Dokumente aus Martina Sauters privatem Umfeld, aber auch...