Heres a few shots from the 2nd Rosie the Riveter photo shoot.This shoot was not a publicized event. I wanted to try out different shots to see how it could work for a future public shoot. During this shoot, we shut off all the regular shop lights and allowed the sparks and hot rivets light up our actresses. I also used a little fill flash to help emphasize the contrast in tones and colors of the blue clothing.
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There are only 8 tickets left for the Reading & Northern 425 photo charter. If you are interested in the photo charter, you may want to consider signing up soon. This photo tour is a great opportunity to shoot pictures of the R&N 425 in locations that you cant get to by vehicle. To sign up, click below: http://www.lerrophotography.com/workshop-tour/reading-northern-425-photo-charter/
In August 2015, the repair shop at the Strasburg Railroad was transformed to a 1944 industrial factory for our small group of photographers. During WWII, a large portion of the male work force was overseas fighting against Germany and Japan. In order to keep up with the demand of tens of thousands of planes, tanks, ships, guns any everything else needed, women stepped in and took to the factories.