Capturing Fashion Portraits at the Rexburg Legacy Flight Museum

Typically I’m not a portrait photographer, but lately I’ve gained the confidence and desire to try things that are outside of my comfort zone, and portrait photography is one of them! Over at the Legacy Flight Museum in Rexburg, Idaho I had the opportunity to photograph some amazing models to capture the World War II era fashion and vibe. I was a little hesitant to want to try this at all, but I had a blast getting to photograph these amazing models and their authentic WWII regalia. On all of my portraits I used the technique of frequency separation to enhance the models skin. In addition to that I found that for my WWII fashion shots I wanted to capture something close to film that would’ve been used back in that time. I used a solid color layer adjustment and turned down the opacity, and from there I masked in where I wanted a gradual vignette. I hope you enjoy!

Fashion, Portraits, Themed Portraits, Portrait Photography, Fashion Photography, Beauty, WWII, Female Model, Car, Vintage

Fashion, Portraits, Portrait Photography, Female Model, Car, Vintage, WWII, Themed Portraits, Aviation,

Fashion, Portraits, Portrait Photography, Female Model, Car, Vintage, WWII, Themed Portraits, Aviation,

Fashion, Portraits, Portrait Photography, Female Model, Car, Vintage, WWII, Themed Portraits, Aviation,

 

 

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