G.I.’s Photograph Their Own Pin-Ups (Oct, 1944)

G.I.’s Photograph Their Own Pin-Ups
SERVICEMEN may go to Carl Oppenheimer’s photographic studio in New York any day between five and eight in the afternoon to make their own pin-up pictures. He permits them free use of all his equipment— cameras, films, lights, props, darkrooms, and chemicals—and he stands around ready to assist and advise them at every step, from the lighting to the finished print.

Cooperating with him are models from the Pat Allen agency who make their contribution to the war effort by donating their time to this unique “canteen” for camera fans.

Through the medium of the accompanying photos you may sit in on a typical session at the studio with the GI’s, the models, and the benevolent Mr. Oppenheimer.

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