Audrey Crane posing in the studio for Harrison Marks from an original negative scan. This shot was actually published in Kamera No.37 P27 (1961) along with several others of Audrey stripping from a very over the top dress edged with big spotted frills!
Well something is parted that’s for sure! Pamela Green showing off more than normal by Harrison Marks and posing on his boat the Pyewacket in the early 1960’s probably down on the Thames near Maidenhead where it was moored? A shot straight from the negative showing an uncensored and fairly unusual view of Pamela in the fact she has hair down below! Pamela tended to keeps things smooth down there as it was easier when it came to retouching and sunbathing in the nude, so this was a rare sight early on in her career. Later on she tended to let it grow though.
Also don’t you just love the curves of her figure in this shot especially the curve of those hips obviously emphasized more by the way she has her legs spread 😉
A very classical pose from Lorraine Burnett with short blonde hair posing nude kneeling on the bed by Harrison Marks and from this set. Many of these shots of Lorraine with short blonde hair posing on the bed and in the dressing room were published in Kamera No.39 (1961) but I haven’t seen this shot used in that edition. It does however appear on the cover and inside pages of the later published magazine ‘Just Lorraine Burnette’ produced by Nostalgic Publications in the late 1990’s, which you can see below.
I originally posted the published version of this Audrey Crane shot here in 2014. The original retouched version appeared in Kamera No.37 P23 (1961), but I now have the original negative of the shot, so thought I’d post a much clearer and uncensored version. As you can see the clarity is much better and even shows that Audrey had a fine covering of hair down below that the retouchers attempted to remove and not very well I may add!
I do like finding the originals of shots published in Kamera such as this 🙂
Ann Walker posing nude on the bed taken by Harrison Marks. A very clever shot with the position of Ann and use of shadows by GMH as the bed post and shadows cleverly hide anything too explicit. I think I’ve mentioned before, but I found out this wasn’t an actual bedroom in one of GHM’s flat, but an actual set! I lose the plot with his shots as to those in the studio and those in his flats.