It is no secret the Indresano team loves product photography, which is why we are happy to announce two of our images from a glamorous product shoot were nominated for the 12th annual Black and White Spider Awards!
Check out more images below from the product photo series that made it on the list of the 12th annual Spider Awards.
To see more of our work in product photography, check out our website at www.indresano.com
The Indresano team is no stranger to car photography, which is why we were thrilled to photograph the Tesla Model 3 for its East Coast debut!
Starting at a base price of $35,000 before incentives, the Tesla Model 3 undercuts much of the electric-vehicle market and finally brings electricity and automation to mainstream consumers.
Enthusiasts came out in droves just for a chance to look at the Model 3 and were just as impressed with the intricate designs of the revolutionary vehicle as our team was!
The sleek and modern design of the Tesla Model 3 definitely inspired our team and made for some beautiful photographs.
Not only is the Model 3 a technical marvel that truly pushes boundaries, but it’s absolutely gorgeous! Our team had no idea what to expect when we showed up to photograph the car. Suffice to say, we were blown away!
Built for autonomous driving, the Model 3 has a remarkably sparse dashboard, sporting only a pronounced display to show any bit of info that the driver (or lack-thereof) might need.
The interior of the car was stylish, and the exterior was streamlined, yet decidedly futuristic. In other words, it is a dream car to photograph. The details are astounding.
Community involvement and service has always been important to Indresano Studio, and we have been proud to work with Medicine Wheel. Founded by Michael Dowling, Medicine Wheel is currently celebrating it’s 25th year of working to move beyond diversity to inclusion and build our community from the inside out, using art as the threshold.
The organization has:
Raised awareness of World AIDS day for 25 years and been a place to reflect and remember
Worked together with congregations to help them re-sanctify their spaces and continued to work with them to maintain them for 25 years.
Built communities for through the arts and created Youth Programs which has served over 6,000 people over 20 years.
Ran the Hope and Recovery Program for 15 years, helping 2,500 youth.
Worked for 15 years with the Art and Peace Building.
Created the “Dance the Dream”, a collection of 5,000 hand printsalong Columbia Road to promote the goals of art as a threshold
Built a 5 year partnership with HPHC, using art to honor the legacy of Dr. King
Teamed up with Beacon Communities and Boston Public Housing to create more affordable spaces for residents
Rehabilitated No Man’s Land and turned it from a run down strip of land to an outdoor sanctuary, filled with events for all ages of the community.
so much more!
Come and support these causes and others by becoming a spoke in their Wheel at the Annual Medicine Wheel Gala.
If your first thought is Star Wars when you hear the word Carbonite, you are not alone. What this company offers, however, isn’t in the stars, but rather in the cloud. Founded in 2005, Carbonite is a high tech company that provides cloud backup and storage services to clients across the globe. In recent years, they have since expanded to become one of the leading online data backup providers in the world. But that has not made them take themselves too seriously. From a life size Yoda statue to silhouettes of Darth Vadar, this 50,000 square foot office screams fun!
A beautiful hallway we used for the background
Michael and the team photographed over a dozen top execs from Carbonite. Shooting was a breeze as we set up using our latest ultra high pixel-count camera addition to the family (more about that at a later point). Michael has also invested into using the latest technology in lighting and you can see in some of the shots below the lights are all LED – no more hot lights and sweaty sets! This was a COOL shoot in more ways than one.
Scene from the day of shoot with equipment all set up
The crew in the middle of discussing the set
Odi in the kitchen fixing up a beverage
StarWars themed weathered metal panel doors – is that cool or is that cool?
One of many lounge areas throughout this massive office space!
Glass cube offices add a touch of modern posh to this space
A design philosophy that is both modern and simple
All you can eat and drink cafeteria Carbonite style!