Welcome to Lerro Photography
Railroad Photo Shoots
Similar to a Hollywood production, we create entire scenes, complete with historic buildings, vintage automobiles, antique props and period actors to replicate an everyday occurrence from the golden age of steam railroading.
Our lighthouse photo workshops are organized for small groups of photographers who are serious about traveling to hard to reach lighthouses as well as photography lighthouses in optimum lighting conditions at both day and night.
When attending our historic reenactment photo shoots, we always take an immense amount of pride to ensure the historical accuracy of every possible detail; from props, clothing, hair styles and scenery. We set up shoots for the 1880s Wild West, Civil War, WWII and 1950s.
Landscapes are always a favorite for photographers. There is a nearly endless list of locations and photographic possibilities, but besides the beauty provided by nature, we include actors and props so that photographing some of the most famous locations in America becomes a whole new experience.
Upcoming Workshops & Photo Shoots
January 3, 2021Read More
Age of Steam 2020 Review In 2019, Lerro Photography started discussions with the Age of Steam Roundhouse in Ohio on doing a photo shoot and had tentatively planned on running a public shoot in mid-2020. Unfortunately, th…
December 29, 2020Read More
Split Rock LighthouseLake Superior, MNNovember 2020 To mark the anniversary of the sinking of the S.S. Edmund Fitzgerald in Lake Superior, the Split Rock Lighthouse illuminates its 3rd order Fresnel lens for about two ho…
December 22, 2020Read More
Michigan Lighthouse Photo Workshop ReviewSeptember 2020Lerro Photography ran a photography workshop of the lighthouses around Ludington, Mich., in September 2020. With the ongoing pandemic, all COVID-19 protocols were fo…