Christoph Sagel Captures Displaced Objects in Mid Air

By: Corinne Guirgis - Published: • References: christoph-sagel.de & trendland.net
There's something magical about a photographer like Christoph Sagel, who can take ordinary, everyday objects and transform them into something extraordinary with the click of a button. Whether it's furniture, shoes or jewelry, Sagel arranges objects in a puzzling way and consistently creates aesthetically intriguing imagery out of the simplest objects using both his natural vision and digital manipulation. Whether they are arranged on the ground, or appear to be levitating, the objects captured are working together to tell an artistic story through still life.

His puzzle-piece vision may be attributable to his professional study of architecture which predated his photography career. While working in Germany, Sagel has worked for international brands from BMW to Coca-Cola, Nintendo, Swarovski, Sony and many more, creating ad-worthy images that are both striking and effective. Stats for Scattered Still Life Imagery Trending: Older & Mild
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