The full and complete scanned version of The Pamela Green Nude Posing Guide No.1, including signed cover letter by Pam herself. I’ve also scanned the individual poses from the guide and will post a selection of my favourites soon 🙂
I will also be adding this and the other guides to the vintage catalogue collection on the right hand menu.
All images were taken by Douglas Webb and copyright remains with The Pamela Green website
Time for a new model from the Terry Sparks archive to add to the growing collection of models he photographed. This ebony beauty revealing her rear is Yvonne Perrins, who Terry photographed in 1974. Terry doesn’t remember much about this set or model, but did comment she wasn’t one of his favourites and maybe because I hadn’t heard of her until I found this set it probably means she didn’t have a successful modelling career, but who knows?
I quite like her as she has a slender figure, small perky tits and when you see the front view a lot to show off down below 🙂
Another shot of Candy Bell or more commonly known as Suzanne Pritchard posing for photographer Fred Enke in 1973. The freckles painted on her face giving her a schoolgirl like appearance are more prominent in this shot as are two other things 🙂
Over the last few months I’ve been slowly scanning and cataloging my collection of original contact sheets and to date I have over 1,100 sheets featuring 13,000 images of 176 different models. Some of the models and photographers are named, others have have different names but I recognize as popular models and others are just blank.
This set of contacts had no details, but I can safely say I instantly recognised the model sat on that desktop as none other than Dawn Grayson. It’s only a small set and one I would have probably overlooked had I not seen Dawn. Not the best quality in terms of shots, but I do love the way she is posing on that desk with the phone and typewriter. What is slightly more interesting is that I don’t know who the photographer is, but he seems to have managed to get Dawn to pose in a slightly more open way. Nearly all shots I have of Dawn even by Harrison Marks are tastefully done or if uncensored don’t really expose much, but these shots or the way she poses show off more of her shaven pussy than normally seen. Even the shots like the one above with her in sheer panties show more than normal, but I’m more than happy to see them 🙂
Dawn looks as stunning as ever on that desktop and I’ll post a few more of the revealing shots anon!
Julie Collins posing nude by Harrison Marks as she sits astride a chair showing off her massive mounds and that fabulously full and curvy figure. I found a shot I’ve published from this set previously here, which seems to be from Parade or Carnival.
A shot from one of my newly acquired posing guides by Pamela Green. This pose, which is No.302 (if you hadn’t guessed!) comes from the Pamela Green Nude Posing Guide No.3 (1972). That would make her age at the time of producing this 43, but what a fabulous figure she still had and is highlighted in this stunning shot. As she mentions in one of her accompanying letters this shot does reflect the more liberal attitude towards photography in the early 1970’s, which I assume means the fact it is uncensored and shows off her hairy pussy in the shot.
It’s a superbly posed shot and the use of lighting from the right highlights her curves and long blonde hair to perfection. More to come from these guides, plus I’ll try and post the complete guides and letters, so everyone can see the amount of detail and effort she put into these guides 🙂
Image taken by Douglas Webb and copyright remains with The Pamela Green website
Sally Ann Scott by Harrison Marks posing on a set of steps in the studio. I’m not sure if this studio shot of Sally Ann was ever published in Kamera as don’t recall seeing them, but she posed for Harrison Marks on 3 separate occasions in the studio between 1960 and 1961. Images from those sessions were to appear in Kamera No.30 (1960) and then in No’s 33, 41, 42, 47, 57, and finally one shot each in No.64 & No.74. So although he used her shots it seems to have been very sporadically compared to other models.
The cover of the first edition of In Focus edited by Harrison Marks. In the heady days following the highly successful launch of Kamera, it seemed that the market for Harrison Marks’ publications was insatiable. ‘In Focus’ was another Kamera style pocketbook that Kamera Publications launched in 1957. The highest issue number that I have come across to date is No.21 If this is the last issue, then the publication was last printed in 1964.
No idea who the cover model is unless anyone can enlighten me? Thanks to Paul from Firebird Records for this copy and others of In Focus 🙂