Linda Lloyd posing for GHM in his Flat amongst the ceramic cats from the Kamera Special No.5 (1965). Loving the beehive hairstyle and the ornament behind Linda causing the double peaks shadow 🙂
Linda did three photo shoots for Harrison Marks. The first, a studio shoot, were printed in Kamera No.60 & 63 (1964). The second shoot was at GHM’s London flat (above) and then Linda was chosen for the annual Cornwall shoot. Photos from the latter two were published in Kamera No.64 & 76.
I always find it fascinating when I come across an image of a model published in Kamera and have a copy of the original to compare it with. The above two shots are a good example of Elaine Desmond published in Kamera No.51 (1963).
The first shot is the original uncensored shot of Elaine showing us everything, including her smooth fully shaven mons pubis area. The second is the same shot, but published in Kamera after the retoucher has got hold of it to get it past the censors! If we ignore the quality difference between the two shots I still know which one I prefer. Although back when this was published, something was better than nothing in terms of titillation! Two great shots of Elaine which ever version you prefer.
Two more original shots from John of June in Suburbia and from the same set of shots as this other photo. Both show June posing front and back on a very 1960’s style Sofa with a cracking style TV in the background!
Thanks to John for sending these over, as I love seeing these shots of June in someone’s front room.
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An early shot of Pamela Green posing on the rocks taken by Zoltan Glass in 1952 and one of her still with her darker hair. I’m unsure as to where this image actually got published, so if anyone knows please do let me know?
So little time and so many pussy jokes I could use, but I’ll refrain from doing them! Margaret Nolan posing in the Gerrard Street exhibition of GHM’s work, which included a pussy section! As well as photographing glamour models, Harrison Marks also loved his cats (see refrained from using pussy there!) and his cats turn up in many of his early photo’s especially those taken at Gerrard Street and his flat above. Margaret can be seen above in the cat section of the exhibition hold on of the said cats and this appeared in Kamera No.46 (1962) with other shots of Margaret in abd around the exhibition.