A stunning shot of Jennifer Garland from a restored Pamar 35mm colour slide as she poses behind one of the backstage set screens. I do wonder if they pinked up her nipples, as they do look unnaturally pink in some shots!”
A nude kneeling view of Thelma from Kamera No.11 P23 (1958). Taken in what appears to be in the living room with the floral wallpaper background, but is actually a studio set! I’ve still got very little information on this exotic looking beauty and her Latino looks, unless anyone else has uncovered anything?
A restored shot of Pamela Green by Harrison Marks from a 35mm colour slide taken back in 1958. Nothing too risque about the shot, but love the pose with her curved hip to one side like that and that bountiful bust popping out between that blue leotard. A fabulous contrast between Pam’s red hair and the blue outfit as well. A classic 1950’s pose that will have surely adorned the pages of an early Fiesta magazine.
Unfortunately the slide is a bit damaged, so the image isn’t as crystal clear as it could be, not that it detracts from the overall view 🙂
Ann Austin on the cover of Camera Model Guide No.4 from the 1950’s and a fine figure it is! Published monthly by Arnold Book Co. Ltd in London, this edition appears to have been published in 1958 and was designed to assist the student of art photography. It featured shots from many of the established photographers of the time including Eva Grant, Russell Gay, Stanley Long and Roger Davis, who also took the cover photo of Ann. A beautifully crafted magazine, but another under the guise of studying nude art when really we all know it was just an excuse to legally published nudes 🙂
Thanks to Glaisedale for the scan of this great magazine and a stunning view of Ann and that fabulous body and tits!
Jennifer Garland by Harrison Marks from a restored Pamar colour slide. A perfect pose from Jennifer on a dark grey rug with just a bow in her hair for presentation and from the same set of slides as this shot 🙂