These 1930s pin-up shots were taken under water

Can you believe these 1930s pin-up shots were taken under water?

Overfilled the tub a bit

Pin-up photos were everywhere in the 30s, so you can imagine that the creativity stakes were pretty high. American photographer Bruce Mozert knew a thing or two about making a splash, with his innovative and fun shots of models performing everyday tasks under water.

Mozert built a waterproof case for his camera and used condensed milk to create a smoke effect in the particularly impressive barbecue shot. And let’s not forget the models, who managed to hold their breath and smiles long enough to take these unbelievable underwater photos.

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    Rocky
    20th Feb 2017
    9:31pm
    Some people are just ahead of their time
    Triss
    22nd Feb 2017
    9:58pm
    Are they really under water? Everyone's hair looks really dry.


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