Latest work from alphadog:
- For the G2 agency and Lucky Strike 'Neon', alphadog realised the neon packs in CG. The campaign look adjustment was done in post production. Client: BAT. Agency: G2.
- alphadog completed full rendering of the new Volkswagen T5 engine. Client: Volkswagen. Agency: Grabarz & Partners.
- alphadog created a series of commercial images for the world premiere of the new VW Amarok. The vehicle and its environment were created and fully rendered by the alphadog CG artists. Client: Volkswagen. Agency: Grabarz & Partners.
- Stern Magazine introduces the most interesting current faces from the Modelwerk agency. The models were photographed by Joachim Baldauf, while alphadog did the fine-tuning in post production.
- alphadog staged dramatic, captivating images from the soccer world for Digital TV, main sponsors of TSG Hoffenheim. Agency: Zum Goldenen Hirschen. Photo: Gunnar Nicolaus.
- alphadog together with photographer Torsten Klinkow completed a case study CG project for the new Porsche Boxster.
Located in Chicago's West Loop, Alter resides in a converted screw factory - roughly 17,000 square feet from the rooftop deck to the 5,000 square foot prop room in the basement. A large part of the open floorplan is devoted to four photo bays, one for each of the company's shooters. The company says it best:
"From the moment you walk in the front door it will be apparent that you are at a different kind of studio, and we're not just talking about the design. "At Alter you will find confidence and expertise without ego or attitude. We are artists - photographers, photo retouchers, digital imagers, print CGI artists - but we're here for you, to realise your vision on the printed page. The difference is palpable.
"Also, we're here for each other - which is an amazing advantage for you as well, as each one of us practices his or her individual artistic expertise while rubbing elbows across disciplines, learning from and influencing the development of our fellow artists. At Alter, your flexibility is unparalleled as you're able to call digital imagers and print CGI artists to your set to consult with you and your photographer at any time".
creamwork is a photo-graphical studio specialised in development, production and retouching of images.
With years of retouching and post production experience for renowned photographers and leading brands, Niklas Blangsted founded creamwork in 2009. The company has since been creative and technical partners to agencies, marketing departments and photographers.
Projects vary between retouching, design, manipulation and advanced composition. creamwork works with a wide range of photographers and can offer full service photo-graphical solutions.
Founded in 2005, Flavouredgreen is a Hamburg-based high-end post production and CGI studio specialising primarily in 3D architecture and virtual set design. Clients appreciate the company's full service approach, including first sketches, CGI visualisation, composing and post production.
Latest projects: Audi e-tron, Audi 100 Years Folder, Citaro, Tourismo, MB Nutzfahrzeuge, Passat Volkswagen USA.
Happy Finish presents "Photography isn't Dead".
"Photography isn't Dead" is a groundbreaking series of live events showcasing how CGI and photography work together to create stunning results. Over three event days Happy Finish will hold free demonstrations of how an automotive, fashion and location concept shoot were transformed through the use of CGI.
In collaboration with Trigger, Luis Monteiro and Simon Hanna, Happy Finish CGI and retouching teams will demonstrate step-by-step how everyone can use CGI in diverse photographic projects.
A dedicated website allows those interested to sign up to events, watch backstage videos and to find out all about how CGI can be a great asset to photographers, rather than a threat to their existence.
Over the past five years, Jamie Bayer has brought a fresh new style to some of the world's top national and international companies. With a portfolio encompassing beauty, fashion, portrait, food and beverage, editorial, and commercial images, Jamie has the experience to deliver fast turnaround while maintaining great attention to detail and efficient, personal communication with clients.
Clients include Bacardi, Absolut, Anheiser Busch, Coca-Cola Enterprises, Corona, Kraft, Proctor & Gamble, S.C. Johnson, Samsung, AG Edwards, Enterprise Leasing, Edward Jones, Netflix, Monsanto, Becks, Chicago Magazine and Purina.
Visit Jamie's website to see a full resume along with examples of her work.
Mécanique Générale (MG) is a state-of-the-art 3D studio located in the vicinity of the Louvre, Paris.
The organic workflow of MG's team has always given the appropriate impetus to concepts and made a success out of many acclaimed print campaigns. The savoir-faire of MG's designers brings a blend of artificiality and hard realism to its imagery.
"In the 3D multimedia world, machines can easily take over the creative energy," the company says. "We believe in giving space to objects and in looking closer into them. Our position is to leave the tech to take care of itself and to focus instead on tangibly making ideas come to life. That's why we take so much care of the details. Forget the machine; refine reality."
Stuttgart - Berlin - London: RECOM Post & RECOM CGI: colour management
Stuttgart - Berlin - London: RECOM Post & RECOM CGI: colour management
Established for more than 20 years, RECOM is a high-end artwork post production and CGI studio. Its 35 staff members are based between the head office in Stuttgart, Berlin and London, as well as around the world for immediate on location services.
International clients, photographers and magazines consistently use RECOM's outstanding talents to create new image concepts and innovative artwork.
The company's many years of post production know-how, combined with unique CGI direction and the symbiosis of its artists' work, has allowed RECOM to attract top photographers, advertising agencies and direct clients from all over the world.
The Scope has worked recently with Achim Lippoth in two different projects. The campaign for Casa do Menor required creating a very specific lighting and the dress made of hands was generated with CGI. The second project was an editorial for Kids Wear magazine, with the prestigious set designer and architect Tino Schaedler (F.A.Cesar), who worked on the locations and using Maya Software from his Hollywood base to create a CGI vehicle for these apocalyptic scenes.
Photographer Mats Cordt shot the BMW S 1000 RR Campaign "Welcome to planet power" with agency Serviceplan and creative director Matthias Harbeck. The team worked on developing abstract locations under the concept “Planet Power”.
Kourtney Roy (F.A.Cesar) shot for Coco de Mer with agency DDB Milan.
Due to their wide experience with 'real' photo production, The Scope has optimised the process for 3D production for advertising photographers.
VirtualRig studio software creates realistic curved motion blur simulation, previously only available with expensive camera rigs. VirtualRig drastically reduces the cost of professional car photography, cuts production time and brings new opportunities to CGI photography.
Main features include:
- Curved motion blur software.
- CGI and classic photography.
- Support for HDRI images and spheres.
- Post production adjustment of virtual speed.
- Support for transparent images.
Check out VirtualRig Studio's website for more details or send them an email.
[zerone], with locations in Hamburg, Düsseldorf and New York, has been serving the creative industry for over 15 years, and is known as one of the leading creative photo retouching and CGI studios worldwide.
Their one-of-a-kind team of creative 2D and CGI artists and their in-house software engineers, [zerone] have earned an outstanding reputation among the world’s finest photographers and ad agencies. [zerone] is the artistic bridge between the science of computer graphics and the vision of the artist and client.
Latest work from [zerone]:
- Opel visuals with photographer Thomas Strogalski for ad agency McCann Erickson
- A series of visuals of the AMG SLS, shot by Simon Puschmann for Stern Magazine
- "Spitfire", a personal project for photographer Steffen Jahn
- Infiniti product range shots for ad agency The Designory
Please visit the website for more information.