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.
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.
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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.
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!
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.
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.