Do you like the look of a Vintage Photo? Here’s the story behind a recent photo session.
This project was 2 years in the making. Although I had the model who would dress in authentic vintage wear, the goggles, access to the Borzoi and location, I couldn’t find the right car. I wanted a classic 1930s convertible.
Recently, as my husband and I were driving, I saw this shiny dark blue miracle of a Roadster parked at a gas pump. It was like the clouds of heaven opening up. “That’s the car!” I shouted as I directed Bill to pull into the station. I waited for 3 breaths before opening the car door. I didn’t want to be “that crazy lady” as I approached the owner.
Although surprised by the request, he was delighted to offer his car for the project.
The car is a 1936, Irina’s dress was made in 1938 and her hair is makeup are 1930s style, her shoes were made in 1940, Jet is a Borzoi breed popular in graphic art pieces during the 1930s, the goggles are originals from the 1930’s, the house was built in 1902.
When all these pieces came together it … Made Me Smile. Hope it makes you smile, too!
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A huge Thank You goes to:
- Irina, for coming up with the perfect vintage presentation.
- Karen, for offering Jet, a therapy dog with Pet Prescription Team who helps children in hospitals and through the family court system.
- Sabine, for finding and offering the vintage goggles.
- Jim and Sharon, for offering your fabulous car, and finally making this project happen!
To see more images and a peek behind the scenes from the project, click here >Irina, Jet, & a 1936-Ford-Roadster
I am a Southern California based Portrait, Fine Art and Commercial Photographer who sees the world a bit differently.
You can view more of my work here > Donna Edman Photography.
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2 thoughts on “Irina, Jet and a 1936 Ford Roadster”
that looks great 🙂
Thanks a bunch!