WWII Styled Military and Civilian 1940’s Photo Shoot
I mentioned in my blog post before that I was apart of a collaborative photo shoot at the Legacy Flight Museum in Rexburg Idaho! It was such a blast to work with some really great photographers and models. I am not a personal that primarily shoots male subjects. So I was a little out of my comfort zone with posing and directing the models but I had such amazing models that they made my job easy! We had some handsome men to model for us and I am so grateful the they dedicated their time to come and pose for all of us photographers that day.
I had two edited styles that I was trying to go for with these images. One was a green toned vintage look and the other was more true to color clean edit. These two gentlemen below had the pleasure of modeling with airplanes! It was so cool! My little brothers love airplanes so it was great to be around these amazing planes that actually were flown in WWII. The first three images were taken indoors with off camera lighting setups.
These last five were taken outdoors and I love them! The first three are some of my favorites. I love how moody and cloudy the sky is and the color of he models clothing. I feel like it all played together with my editing and came together so well!
These last two images were fun because I felt like this model totally owned his look! He was dressed more casually and modern and I love how that meshed with the vintage vibe of the shoot.. The red plane that he posed by was incredible! The vibrant red was so perfect and I had a lot of fun editing these images!
Wanna visit the Legacy Flight Museum or get some more information about it? Check out this website for some more information! http://rexburg.org/pages/lfm-legacy-flight-museum