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Warbird Calendar Girls on the B-29: WWII Denver Pin-Up Photography

While shooting the calendar for Pueblo Weisbrod Aircraft Museum this summer, I took the time to take more “outtakes” than I usually do. The three ladies wearing vintage and Esther Williams repro suits posing (with a vintage polisher too, we’ll have you know!)  on the rear horizontal stabilizer of the B-29 never stopped smiling. This was such an honor to finish this project. We’ve raised a lot of money for the Museum. Looking forward to next year. Come pick up a 2015 calendar on the PWAM website:, or come find us at the 1940s Ball at Wings Over The Rockies on December 6, 2014.


Denver, Colorado Pin-Up Photography: Vintage, Warbirds, Pinup, Pin-Up, and Vintage Glamour. WWII-inspired.NL Digital PUTM 2014_WebUse-72


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  • Tim HoltonNovember 29, 2014 - 8:32 am

    Great product. There is a huge detail missed. To really make this appealing, the women should have sheer, natural coloured pantyhose on. Boring bare legs and tattoos really don’t suit this kind of elegant photography.
    Hope it helps for next year’s printing…I would then look forward to buying one.ReplyCancel

  • CeliaFebruary 1, 2015 - 6:17 pm

    Hi Tim! Thanks for your feedback! The reason we don’t typically use pantyhose with bathing suits is that it makes their toes and feet look very unnatural (even the super sheer ones). I do agree, tattoos can detract from an authentic look. Our cover girl’s tattoos were removed in post-production for the finished product for this purpose. The shots you see here are just behind-the-scenes of the ladies lounging around. I don’t typically retouch a lot of them.ReplyCancel