I appreciate what you say, BC, but it's not about what I'm questioning, which is why those simple, old-factory interior shoots have to be expensive beyond the model and photographer fees. I don't think Lindbergh only shoots actresses and as far as I know, neither Vogue nor Harper's pays anybody much for taking part, but see it as their helping the models/snappers get exposure for commercial work as spin-off from the editorial. And it's editorial work that I think of when I think of Lindbergh's factory shoots. Long ago, but what I got from fashion editorial during the 70s wasn't worth the shooting, but I didn't know that at the time.
Anyway, I guess it's all academic because nothing's going to change by intent, only by happenstance.