Those dressed for the Roaring Twenties will be pictured in a classic speakeasy, while the old west will be captured in a saloon. Ladies can choose to be a southern belle or dress to reflect the Victorian era while pictured in a classic historic home. Another option is to dress as a pirate and be photographed on the deck of a pirate ship.
"When you get in costume, you immediately feel like you are in an old-time era," said manager Rudi Flores. "It's the closest thing you can get to a time machine."
Buster's Old Time Photos is a family business based in Branson, Missouri. Brothers Trent and Lamont Edwards and brother-in-law Andy Metcalfe opened their first location in 2009 and currently operate Buster's on the Landing and Buster's in Branson.
The studio is a member of Antique and Amusement Photographers International, the only professional organization dedicated to old time photo industry.
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