When we work on automotive images, we are usually asked to render cars into a photographic environment, but with the new Porsche Cayman GT4 it was exactly the opposite: Thomas Strogalski photographed a real car while the location was virtually created by our talented artists in Stuttgart. Strogalski beautifully shot the car for plenty of different…
Norway and the Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG–No one. Not a single person. Here and there a straying car, its anonymous passengers hidden behind reflective windshields. Thick curtains, empty porches, houses that look as if they were trying to hide something, keeping distance to the world around them. Driving through Norway can be a lonely adventure. Five million people scattered across a country bigger than Germany, more than a third living in the metropolitan area of Oslo. Villages are small, a few houses placed in the countryside. A countryside that is gorgeous in every way: Vast plains, rough rock formations, calm mountain lakes – it feels as if Norway is the culmination of everything Scandinavia is known and loved for. The G63 AMG felt like an alien. Here: the peaceful wilderness. There: an archaic giant. A luxurious haven. The sound: bestial. The appearance: sensational. Not politically correct, but captivating, exciting. The black paint did not help. You cannot blend in, you are always present. Present in way that must be frightening to people living in a country that boasts the highest density of electric cars – worldwide. And yet: it was different. The car is an icebreaker – in every sense of the word: Suddenly there were people. People who wanted to know more about the car, its engine, its story. People who loved it. Who loved that it is different. Different from all the Teslas and Leafs. Different from all the generic e-Golfs that populate the streets. Curiosity is what makes Norway unique – what helped make the country one of the most advanced in the world. Its people embrace the new – without forgetting about automobile milestones that lasts for centuries. The G63 AMG is one of them.
Whether you're after high-performance supercars cruising around Knightsbridge, or intricate moment-by-moment restoration projects, or dusty relics sitting in garages, the car scene on Instagram is a varied and thriving hub for enthusiasts.
Cars are beautiful pieces of machinery, some more so than others. Photographer Philipp Rupprecht came across a chance to shoot a Porsche 918 Spyder as soon as it was delivered, which almost took a year to begin. With a chance to shoot an amazing automobile, I probably would have waited as well. Philipp and his team where able to take the Porsche to a 100 year-old locomotive hall that's usually available for large events; I'm very envious of a location like that.
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