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featured by TREY : TREY DIGITAL STUDIO in charge of motifs in CGI plus creative retouch for the new MERCEDES EQT for PREUSS und PREUSS

Electrifying elegance and practicality – that’s what the new MERCEDES EQT electric small van stands for. The practical van combines versatility with comfort and offers a wide range of custom features. The latest campaign was photographed by Frederic SCHLOSSER c/o UPFRONT. TREY Digital Studio was in charge of post and created the motifs with CGI.

Support from the agency PREUSS and PREUSS came personally from CD Melanie Specht and Account Manager Cathleen Losch.

TREY is a boutique digital studio dedicated to providing clients with unparalleled, high-end digital content creation and look development for both stills and motion projects. Services include: CGI & 3D VISUALIZATION / FILM & STILL / GRADING / RETOUCHING / POST PRODUCTION / COMPOSITING / FULL CG ENVIRONMENTS / ARCHITECTURAL RENDERINGS / DIGITAL ARTWORK / VFX / AUGMENTED REALITY / VIRTUAL PRODUCTION / REAL TIME / AI.

Established in 2016 by Elisabeth Winter, Michael Fitzthum and Felix Gahl, TREY is home to a talented team of industry professionals.

GoSee trey-studio.com
05.12.2023 show complete article


featured by Wolfram Schroll : ‘For the toughest braking challenges …’ – WOLFRAM SCHROLL produces the film ‘Brakes’ for BAKELITE SYNTHETICS, Atlanta, USA

As an industrial photographer and filmmaker, WOLFRAM SCHROLL likes to work for companies both at home and abroad. For the chemical manufacturing company BAKELITE SYNTHETICS from Atlanta, Georgia, Wolfram Schroll had the pleasure of producing a short film on the topic of BRAKES.

In accordance with the European marketing measures, Wolfram Schroll produced the film presented here for the SAE International Brake Colloquium & Exhibition in San Antonio, Texas.

BAKELITE SYNTHETICS, founded in 1907 by Belgian native Leo Baekeland, produces the raw materials, i.e., chemical compounds and resins, required by modern braking systems. Whether for cars, trucks, trains or aircraft : “Our products, which are primarily based on phenolic chemistry, are used to bind, bond and shape materials for the most challenging applications : Engineered wood products that have to withstand fire and moisture … automotive and electrical components that must be lightweight yet stable in punishing environments … airplane cabin parts that are sturdy and virtually fire- and smoke-proof … they all depend on the properties and performance of Bakelite Synthetics.”

Today, 1,500 people work at twenty manufacturing sites in ten countries, helping solve the challenges of the company’s customers.

Wolfgang’s photography projects takes him to almost every industrial sector imaginable : Whether steel and metal processing, mechanical and electrical engineering, chemical plants, aerospace, or even research and medical technology. He likes taking photographs for smaller family-run companies just as much as for international corporations in Germany, throughout the rest of Europe, and occasionally a bit further away.

GoSee : bakelite.comindustriefotografie.wolframschroll.com
04.12.2023 show complete article


featured by Torsten Klinkow : RENAULT GRAND KANGOO in an eye-catching Barbie-color look by TORSTEN KLINKOW for Publicis Conseil

TORSTEN KLINKOW photographed the new RENAULT GRAND KANGOO. The French car Grand Kangoo celebrated its premiere at the IAA in Munich. Even more dynamic lines, a C-shaped LED light signature, and 17-inch wheels: the re-interpretation of its characteristic profile makes the Kangoo a real eye-catcher. And thanks to its extended wheelbase, it has space for up to seven passengers or plenty of payload.

“Sparing neither cost nor effort, my team built a skatepark in Spain in Barbie Florida colors. The goal was to show a cool family around their minivan – one step away from the digitally constructed landscape. Production was once again brilliantly organized by Prodigious Paris. Big thanks to the client, too, for green-lighting set construction. A shame though that the skatepark had to be scrapped after production,” Torsten tells GoSee.

GoSee : torsten-klinkow.com & severinwendeler.com
29.09.2023 show complete article