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food & drink photographers
CGI/ 3D photographers
still life photographers
watches & jewellery photographers
Hi, I’m SABINE SCHEER. I’m a photographer specialized in still-life, food, animals and everything shiny, liquid, feathery, glittering, pink and fluffy… Why book Sabine Scheer? Because YOU need extraordinary and mindblowing images. „Not possible“ does not exist for me. I’m THE problem solver and solution finder. I’m super highly professional. I’m crazy about textures and obsessed with details. "Perfection" is my middle name. I work extremely fast, very precise and I have great ideas. And I’m fun to work with. I have a great sense of humor. You’re looking for someone presenting your products in the best light ever? Congratulations! – you found me! I’m the absolute lighting specialist and people call me „Fairy of light“ or „Dr. Flash“! Feel free to call or email for a job inquiry or to just say hi. I'd very much appreciate hearing from you.
Sabine Scheer: Latest magazines
spotlight magazine Nov 2020 awards 2020
Title: "Flying Spaghetti" from the series 'Spaghetti'
"The personal work series “Spaghetti” was a quick fun project I shot in late September 2019. The entire series started out with the flying spaghetti. When I planned out the concept for the 13-part series this was actually the image I always had in mind first.
Back then I had no idea that the photo of the flying spaghetti and the whole spaghetti theme would be such a foresight on the COVID-19 year 2020: spaghetti would become so important all of a sudden and were often times sold out in the supermarkets because of coronavirus panic-buying; and photo productions would become so different during lockdown, with a tiny crew and a remote shoot. For this project it was a real one-woman-show and all the roles of the crew members were played by me: concept development, creative direction, styling, foodstyling and photography. Post production was not necessary.
The image of the flying spaghetti was photographed completely in one shot. There is no photoshopping or image composing involved. The spaghetti dish is actually flying in mid-air on the plate. In the completely darkened studio, I had the perfectly styled spaghetti dish in the right hand ready to throw on the plate and the camera release in the left hand. The movement of the flying spaghetti was frozen by using highspeed strobe light."