The Pima Space and Air Museum is probably one of the neatness places around Tucson. I was able to go shooting here last Thursday with a friend because all our classes were canceled (YAY). So we got a model, our DSLRs, and sunglasses and went on a shoot. We spent most of the day taking pictures of our model, but I will make an entire post soon dedicated to just those pictures. I took these while we were on a break with my tripod.
This look has a bunch of items that are thrifted, vintage, but some new as well. I got the Givenchy shirt in Las Vegas and the jacket in Tempe, AZ both at a Buffalo Exchange. The boots are from Goodwill, pants from Topman, and sunglasses from Aldo. This entire look was basically a steal.
I loved shooting here because there was such a gigantic variety. I believe they have around 300 airplanes so finding a place to shoot was easy. This was especially perfect because I also had to do a project for my photo classes so overall it was mega-productivo.
And on a last note, I have to admit that the reason I was inspired so much by this place is because I've grown up around aviation my whole life. My mother is a pilot, so growing up I've seen her been a gate agent, flight attendant, and now a pilot for several years. Being around airplanes always gives me mega-nostolgia. So it's always a treat to come here.