What's special: Professional photos made at the Oktoberfest
The photo that shows sex icon Marilyn Monroe in Billy Wilder's blockbuster "The Seven Year Itch" is world-famous. The actresses' white pleated skirt gets blown up by the outgoing air of a subway shaft when she passes by. The so-called "Monroe effect" can be found on many fairs, but now you can keep this moment with a professional photo made in Raoul Lechner's photo studio directly at the Wiesn. Strong wind machines lift up the dirndl skirts on a stage two meters wide. A professional team is taking care of the "models". After a few minutes the whole thing is done and the participants will leave with a great souvenir.