This 2-photo teaser is only a sampling of a larger personal series by Markus Wendler coming out soon. The desolate urban landscapes were shot by Markus in and around Downtown LA, then the vintage Porsche and Corvette were added in by Recom Farmhouse using CGI.
Markus Wendler was just awarded in the website category of PDN’s 2013 Photo Annual. In the year spent developing www.markuswendler.com, Markus put great emphasis on the layout, crafting a specific and accessible edit of his automotive and landscape images. The site, which launched at the end of 2012, was conceptualized by Markus and art director, Christian Toensmann, then ...
Markus Wendler recently worked with Saatchi & Saatchi LA to create the brochure and web images for the new Toyota Avalon. In the studio by day and on location by night, Markus and his team placed the Avalon he photographed on set in to the LA nightscapes he shot in post-production.
Markus Wendler divides his time between Hamburg, Germany and his second home in Venice, CA. During one of Markus’ recent west coast visits, he woke up early to capture the Venice Recreation Center at sunrise.
Markus Wendler collaborated with Saatchi & Saatchi LA to create this brochure cover for the new Toyota Landcruiser. The car was built in CGI and the backplate is a winterscape Markus shot in Iceland.
Markus Wendler stumbled upon this great location in Palm Springs to shoot the DeLorean, a vehicle best known for it’s role in pop-culture classic, Back to the Future. At 113 degrees Fahrenheit, Markus braved the elements to tackle a personal project he’d been wanting to complete for two months and the result is absolutely mesmerizing. ...
Markus Wendler set out on a day trip to Neuwerk along the Wadden Sea in Germany and came back home with these majestic seascapes for a new miniseries of personal work.
Markus Wendler flew from Hamburg to Southern California and created these atmospheric images of the new Audi RS5 convertible. A master of his craft, Markus photographed the landscape and male figure, then took the 3D model of the car into CGI and worked side-by-side with Alphadog in post production to light and place it seamlessly into the frame. Agency: Philip and ...
Markus Wendler took this sexy Yamaha to a dark parking lot in downtown LA for a late-night photo shoot. The lot, unequipped with streetlights, was almost entirely lit by Markus and his crew. When we asked Markus if he took this baby for a spin, he replied, “No. I’m crazy enough in a car, I have a ...
This colorful new series of personal work by Markus Wendler was shot in downtown Los Angeles. Stay tuned for more new work by Wendler in the very near future.
New personal work from automotive specialist Markus Wendler, shot in downtown Los Angeles.
Markus Wendler worked with the team at TBWA to create these images for the new 2013 Nissan ad campaign.
Markus Wendler collaborated with the team at Deutsch LA to shoot the 2012 Volkswagen Tiguan. Stay tuned for more images of the 2012 Volkswagen family by Wendler. You can see more work by Markus Wendler on the Levine/Leavitt site.
The new 2012 VW Touareg, shot by Markus Wendler in Los Angeles, CA. Stay tuned for the rest of the VW 2012 family, including the Beetle, the Jetta, and more. You can see more work by Markus Wendler on the Levine/Leavitt site.
Photographer Markus Wendler took a moment to capture this gorgeous landscape while shooting an automotive campaign in Iceland. You can see more of Markus Wendler’s work on the Levine/Leavitt site.
Personal work by Markus Wendler, these two gorgeous landscapes were taken in the most northern part of Germany, Schleswig Holstein. Situated between the Baltic and North Seas, the winter weather in northern Germany brings days that Markus describes as ‘Bad, bad bad, completely overcast, foggy, dark and cold’. These images were taken at around 2:00 ...
These gorgeous images were taken by Markus Wendler at the Ilulissat Icefjord in Greenland. This fjord was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2004 and is one of Greenland’s most popular tourist destinations. You can see more of Markus Wendler’s work on the Levine/Leavitt site.