Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Rutherford House Photo Shoot

Although plans to work with a local student seeking to compose a Look Book for items in my Etsy shop fell through last minute, yesterday, I did the photography and vintage styling for what turned out to be pretty darn amazing photo-shoot at the wonderful Rutherford House.  Laurie of Retro Reporter bravely stepped in, not only to assist with wardrobe/outfit styling, but also to oversee the make-up and hairstyling, to chauffeur us to the shoot site, and generally to help oversee that everything behind the scenes was running smoothly all day.  My beautiful friends, Charly, Nicole, and Chantel, served as my incredible models and each also contributed their vintage hair & makeup skills to help us produce the series of images I captured!  I will reveal more of the photos from the shoot in the next post (though some are already up in my etsy listings).  Today, I wanted to give you a sample of a couple of the images we did of the amazing Edwardian gown in my shop, as a kind of wistful marker of the anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic.






10 comments:

Riikka Pennanen said...

Absolutely STUNNING!

What-I-Found said...

Amazing gown! I do hope a bride wears this.

Helen Mae said...

Gorgeous dress and the photos are lovely too, I particularly like the second one.

LandGirl1980 said...

WOWZERS!

Emalina said...

Ahhhh that heavenly dress is the stuff of my dreams! Utterly beautiful, I just wish I could afford it! I love how you've styled and photographed the shoot, and those other items on etsy are also deeply deeply covetable - you have the best taste my dear!

RetroGran said...

Gorgeous!

Angelica said...

OMG, This looks so amazing <3

Miss Maple said...

These photos are great and your model is absolutely beautiful!

BaronessVonVintage said...

Glad you like!!!! We all worked really hard and were quite pleased with the results :D

Jessica Cangiano said...

So dreamy and ethereally beautiful. Marvelous work, ladies.

♥ Jessica