Do you ever look at your pet and wish they could help you pay rent?
Indresano Studios hosted a Pet Casting Call Day earlier this month to find the paw-fect pets for a commercial job. We had the pleasure of meeting several dogs and cats that were ready to put in the work and become stars!
Here are just a few of our four-legged friends:
Coconut is fun and energetic! He was very excited to be visiting the studio and getting his beauty shots in.
Elle was nervous for her first time in the studio. However, a couple of treats would make anyone feel better!
Morrigan was our youngest dog in the studio! Her energy was infectious, and she got everyone in the studio excited for the day ahead.
Timber had no problem following instructions during our shoot. He went above and beyond and deserves a round of a-paws.
Arlo came in camera ready on casting day. He was an expert when it came to posing in front of the camera. He made sure we got all his good angles!
Kona was so happy being in the studio and felt right at home! We can’t help but smile when we see his floppy ears and shining personality.
Scrappy’s name fits him perfectly! Though he may be small in stature, he makes up for it with an adorable face and powerful pose.
Luca loved having the spotlight! He thought the food was delicious…even though he did have a hard time keeping it in the bowl.
These pets brought their A-game to our casting day! Our in-house team worked tirelessly to make sure these pets had a fantastic time modeling on set. We were so excited to meet each one of them!
This marks another successful casting call for Indresano Studios!
Stay tuned to find out who was selected by following us on our social channels.
Welcome to day one of production for our most recent lifestyle photo shoot. As well as my first location shoot as an intern at Indresano Studios!
My second week and we were on the road for a location shoot. Kudos to Maggie Model, Ilima for handling the heat so well in late August! She was relieved when this shot was positioned in the shade.
I stayed on my toes all day to make sure that Ilima and the product were good to go. Every member of the team did great in the hot weather.
Day one of production and my first location shoot was a success! It was great to see a full team at work for this lifestyle photo shoot. As a young creative, there was a lot to take away from the day.
We knew day two of production for this on location lifestyle shoot would be that much better when we saw this would be our view for the day!
Sabrina from Model Club was a natural on set! She looked perfectly business professional thanks to the outfits chosen for the shots by TEAM wardrobe stylist, Coleen Gannon.
Coleen and TEAM hair and makeup stylist, Paula Voisembert, were an amazing pair for this lifestyle photo shoot! They were on top of everything, especially with the wind being so strong.
A loud bang caught us off guard! The U.S.S. Constitution gave everyone a surprise visit with it’s roaring canons. What a special treat on a beautiful day, and a great way to top off day two.
A successful two days of production at two different locations. Now for the post production work. Michael and everyone involved taught me so much in just these two days.
The rush of having a heavy schedule in the early weeks of my internship was exactly what I needed. It gave me no choice but to learn more about equipment needed for on location lifestyle shoots shoots.
To see more of our product and lifestyle photography work, check out our website www.indresano.com!
Things were quite exciting at the studio last week when the Governor Charlie Baker stopped by! Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito also made an appearance so Michael could photograph the two for the Spring cover of Scene Magazine. The Indresano team was honored to have both high-profile public officials take some time out of their busy schedules to visit the studio. State Troopers came to the studio the day prior to conduct a site survey and they also assessed the area twice during the day of the shoot to ensure everything was safe and ready for the Governor’s arrival! Check out some pictures from the shoot below as well as an exclusive behind the scenes video!
Governor of Massachusetts Charlie Baker
Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito ready for her close up.
When the email arrived in our mailbox with the words “Bruins” and “Photo Shoot,” We immediately said, “YES, we would love to shoot the Champions!”
After countless emails, checklists, and a test shoot at the Studio, we drove our cargo van into TD Garden. Carrying and setting-up the entire studio, two days of 3 am alarm clocks, lots of Dunkin’ coffee, breaking down and packing up, and finally … processing 4,983 files – we wanted to share these pictures with you.
It was a challenging, but extremely fun and exciting shoot. It could not have been possible without the entire team at Indresano Photography and the wonderful people who work for the Boston Bruins.
Keep an eye out for our exclusive behind the scenes video and photos on this blog and our Facebook page.
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!
One of the most rewarding parts of working on various advertising shoots is seeing the final results a few months later. This was a shoot that required careful planning from the start. The original idea was to photograph people in various locations around Boston. Logistically it would have been possible, but to and not break the budget and give us total control, shooting in the studio made the most sense.
Over the course of three days, in the comfort of our studio, we transported our models into boardrooms, classrooms, and even a field of windmills. We shot the models in different poses with the idea that they would be holding a “window” into another part of the company.
The final results came out great! Take a journey and see for yourself!