BEST PHOTOGRAPHY AND VIDEOGRAPHY OF 2017

With the start of 2018, we looked back on a year full of challenging photography and videography projects, exciting clients, and big changes at the studio! Check out some of the highlights of the last year below:

The year started off with a photoshoot – Baby Michael’s first time on set! During our annual Indresano’s Angels shoot, we were fortunate to have our own ‘Charlie’ for the day, although we think ours was a little cuter. ūüôā

Then it was time for some deja vu:¬†we were back in San Diego to conduct a video interview of new international executives for a corporate video series. Our crew did a quick turnaround and was only on the ground for 36 hours, but that didn’t stop them from seeing the sights and getting in a little local fun!

With the crew back to the cold New England, we had a client who was keeping it hot in the studio with a model photoshoot! Hair product company Toni & Guy came to the studio for a glamorous beauty shoot. In addition to the final shots of fun new hairstyles, we also captured some tutorial photographs of how to get the same look.

Michael Indresano Photography is a full service commercial photography studio in South Boston, Massachusetts. We offer a full suite of creative services from pre-production to post-production.

Michael Indresano Photography is a full service commercial photography studio in South Boston, Massachusetts. We offer a full suite of creative services from pre-production to post-production.

It wouldn’t be a year in review if we didn’t mention the amazing Superbowl LI win for the Patriots! We were excited to photograph two New England Patriot all-stars in the studio this year- running back James White and tight end Rob Gronkowski. Check out some images and behind the scenes videos below!

This year also included some fun videography projects, including one for a new DuoClean vacuum. We worked to capture the high end, sleek side of a product that people often overlook as simply utilitarian.

Some of our video productions also took the team on location, such as the 2-day video shoot we did in a gym to showcase Nike. We worked with a highly athletic model to help capture a gritty and intense final video.

We also had a new exciting addition to our photography team this year- our Hasselblad H6D 100C! It gives us files twice the size of other leading cameras, a much faster shutter speed, and 4K video capabilities.

Image of Hasselblad H6D-100C

The team was very honored to win a Black and White Spider Award for our photography and a Hatch Award from the Ad Club for our videography. Below is the Hasselblad image that won for the Black and White Spider Award.

And below is the video we made with MIT Tangible Media which won a Hatch Award in 2017.

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MIT, Food Photography, Boston Food Photography, Boston Commercial Photographer

We also had several opportunities to drive some high-end cars into the studio. First up was a Range Rover in order to capture a sleek and detail oriented video showcasing the car. Next up was a Volvo XC90 Excellence Edition. We used the luxury car to showcase a new software design which creates a proactive suspension that eliminates motion in the car. The images from that shoot are coming in a blog soon, so keep an eye out!

A big project we undertook this year was converting our storage room into a highly organized prop closet. We went through all the props we collected over the years and logged them in a digital portfolio. We also created a numbering system so that we will be able to find any prop needed instantly. The result is a food photographer’s dream come true!

Michael Indresano Photography is a full service commercial photography studio in South Boston, Massachusetts. We offer a full suite of creative services ranging from pre-production to post-production.

This past year, the team had a chance to capture some shoe photography as well as make some videos. For instance, this fall we collaborated with Timberland on an exciting project, where we used photo smoke and our Sony F5 to create a social media campaign for their Limited Release boot.

We also worked with New Balance to create a dynamic photography campaign in magazines and other printed publications.

It wouldn’t be an annual review of all our work if we didn’t mention some of our food photography! We teamed up with Improper Bostonian and the talented food stylist John Carafoli to capture the cover photo for their pasta issue. Check out the final result below!

With a¬†year as full as this one, we can’t wait for all the new projects and changes that 2018 will bring. Make sure to stay tuned to our blog to get sneak peeks and behind the scenes access in the new year!

And if you want more now, check out indresano.com

101 WAYS TO SHOOT VELCRO

Recently, the new Velcro website went live. It was a project we worked on over the course of a few months, which we are excited to share.¬† It is extremely satisfying to see the final results and that all of the hard work paid off. We shot five different locations and nearly one hundred pieces of Velcro for the new packaging and website.Take a look at the final shots that made it to the website as well as the behind the scenes photos below to see how it all came together. Be sure to check out Velcro’s website to check out all the surprising ways you can use Velcro every day!

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Outdoor and Leisure

In the Home

Classroom

Office

In the Kitchen

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Creative Director, Jim, works studiously on the layout in the classroom.

Michael and Jim huddle over the monitor as Velcro Brand manager Taylor (back left) and agency Brand Director Mike, keep a watchful eye on the shot.

Senior Designer Megan, works with Michael to line up perfect angle for the shot.

The Breakfast Club or the Photo Club? The crew wraps the shoot on a Saturday afternoon with a group photo.

BRRRRR…..BEACON HILL ROOFTOP IN JANUARY

Michael and assistant Joel Laino setting up.

 

Stylist Courtney Kilmartin laying sod and arranging plants,
making spring arrive in the freezing cold.

 

Art Director Cindy Emery and assistant Mike Cevoli
taking a smoke break while the crew sets up on the roof
Cindy’s back, time to get to work!

 

Joel braving the cold to set up the perfect lighting
Mike carrying equipment up and down, up and down,
at least four, …maybe five, flights of stairs. 

Beautiful portrait of Mike (nice job Michele!). 

At least we can pretend it is a warm sunny afternoon with cocktails
(red dye and water, yum!).

 

No Cindy, you can’t thaw out with a hot bath, time to go!