THE BEST MISERABLE DAY WE’VE HAD

A mix of freezing rain, wind, and snow really put a damper on our shoot for the Pine Street Inn, but it turned out to be exactly what we needed! Shooting the promo piece for the Pine Street Inn in such dismal weather conditions not only gave us the opportunity to bring our video concept to life, but also gave us the chance to experience what it was like to be exposed to such harsh elements for an extended period of time. Going into the shoot, no one could have predicted the feelings we would all have at the end of the day. There was an overall greater appreciation for the warm homes we are fortunate to return to each night. We felt an extreme sense of pride creating such a strong awareness video for the Pine Street Inn to help fight homelessness. Take a look through our photos and experience what this long but fulfilling day was like!

Take a look at our finished commercial!

DSC_3286It wasn’t easy blocking off 3 busy streets!
Our producers were able to get the permits to block off Necco, Melcher, and A Street.

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Boston Police helped keep the streets clear for our production.

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Special effects artist Krystle getting our actor ready in the production trailer.

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Norman’s looking the part and ready for action.

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The details matter.

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Well…it was working just fine a second ago.

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Ashley in the zone for the camera.

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Getting the right angles for each scene is important.

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Anyone need an umbrella?

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 Keeping this baby dry was a challenge, but we succeeded.

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Getting our main shot.

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Film crew on set.

DSC_3291Keeping our Norman warm and dry!

WHEN A LOCATION IS TOO BEAUTIFUL FOR WORDS…SHOOT VIDEO INSTEAD!

A weekend spent working isn’t so bad when you get to stay in a mansion like this one!  Our team spent days on location with the best crew and equipment to make sure we captured the breathtaking and magnificent essence of this home.  Stay tuned for the final product, we are beyond excited to reveal it!

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 Final touches by makeup artist Julia on our model as the crew sets up

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There’s nothing quite as beautiful as a 360 degree view of the ocean

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Eric and Jack follow our model to capture not only her beautiful flowing dress but also the sound of her running through the grass

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Our model Sherry Spinale from Maggie Inc. takes a break in between takes!

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This infinity pool looked so inviting – even in the middle of November

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A location like this calls for a drone

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Drone Over Head!

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Michael and Millie duck to hide from the drone

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A perfect night for filming!

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The library was gorgeous!

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A beautiful sunset to wrap up day one!



RE-IMAGINING THE FEMALE FORM

Renaissance artists made paintings of her, Da Vinci and Michaelangelo evoked her from blocks of Carrara marble, photographers of the last 2 centuries captured her on film, musicians composed melodies about her, her beauty and form shown on the silver screen have dazzled audiences from around the world since the first movie reel was set in motion. She is the quintessential representation of biological perfection. Today, entire industries are developed that focus on providing care and health improvements for women. For our most recent project, Michael Indresano Photography has teamed up with an advanced medical imaging corporation who is the leader in defining the standard for women’s health on a journey of re-imagination.

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VIDEO SHOOT PART 3: THE FINAL PRODUCT

Here it is, the moment we have all been waiting for! From Boston to California to Malaysia and back again, the Indresano team has wrapped up our video shoot with Jambu Adventure Designs– and an adventure it was indeed.  We are proud to have had the opportunity to be a part of such an amazing production and we cannot wait to see what you think of the final product!  Stay tuned as Indresano continues to break new ground with new and exciting multimedia ventures.

FUN IN THE SUN WITH AQUA LEISURE

It’s been an endless winter here in Boston, so we’re dreaming of an endless summer! Our recent shoot with Aqua Leisure got us into a warmer mindset as we shot colorful water accessories for kids and adults alike to explore an underwater world. We’re ready to dive right in!

 

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Goggles and snorkels– essential for pool playtime!

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Colorful floaties to keep the young ones safe while swimming

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Go fish!

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A DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVE

Sometimes we need to think outside of the box to create and capture that perfect shot. Rugged, durable, and authentic were the hot words of this shoot, while keeping the heritage of the Timberland brand top of mind. We loved the challenge of finding specific textures and backgrounds to help carry out this concept. Our favorite setup of the day included the bed of a vintage Ford pick up truck and a ten-foot ladder in order to snap the perfect bird’s eye view shot!

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The final shot in Timberland’s Fall ’14 catalogue

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The support actor: a vintage Ford pick up whose bed became the background of the featured Timberland Fall ’14 Collection
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Bird’s eye view
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Steaming cup of coffee adds to the great outdoors feel of the shoot

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JUST ADD CHIPS AND A PICKLE…

It is always a good day in the studio when we are shooting food, especially when it is something tasty like these sandwiches.

Monica from Ennis  artfully applied the mustard and arranged the arugula when styling the food and the results were so good it made us hungry. Fortunately, the sun was shining and daylight savings did not put us in the dark too early.

 

ON THE ROAD AGAIN

Recently, one of our clients asked us to hit the road and photograph a family in southern Massachusetts. BJ’s Wholesale Club prints a quarterly journal for it members and features a member profile in each issue.
It is always a fun challenge to go into someone’s home and photograph people who are not models or used to being in front of a camera. We rearranged their living room to create a studio for the main picture and then set up a shot on the couch to capture the whole family.  Cindy was fantastic to work with, and her little girls, Ryleigh, Peyton, and Emerson were very fun.
After we put everything back in it’s place we bid them farewell and headed back to Boston.
If you are a BJ’s member you could be the next member profile – go to their Facebook page to learn more!

MAY SHOWERS BRING…MUDDY BOOTS!

Range Design called Michael to create a unique shot:
looking UP from inside a puddle!
It looks like a sunny day inside Indresano Studio.
This boot’s really strung up.
Stylist Bonnie Anderson is on hand to ‘make it rain’.
A lot goes into being a puddle-
Not a piece of equipment was spared.
It wasn’t easy for Michael to allow this much dirt in his studio,
but look how it paid off!

INDRESANO WELCOMES BACK HHCC AND DUNKINS

 

Here’s our mission!
The mocha is jumping off the page. It almost looks real!

Food Stylist, John Carafoli, getting some help from
Studio Assistant, Robyn Maguire.

I guess that swirl wasn’t good enough for John. Nothing but the best.

-No Trespassing-
This means you, Michele! And your little toy camera!

Getting kicked out of the kitchen was great inspiration.

Account Manager, Kate May, trying to get some work done.

Creative Director, Neil Martin, doing some backseat styling.

Neil’s not an easy man to please. Poor John.

Everything gets organized here. You shouldn’t expect anything less with the OCD Photographer around.

Neil’s gone crazy by the end of the day.
Maybe he had too much caffeine.