It doesn’t get much better than this shot of Pamela Green and Marie Deveraux posing together for Harrison Marks and in colour! An absolutely fabulous shot of Pam and Marie posing on the Dressing Room set with Marie kneeling in a tin bath soaping herself.
This shot comes from the original colour negative sent over by Simon from his extensive collection of Pamela Green negatives and needed very little restoration or colour correction to it. Taken in the late 1950’s it features Pam with long red hair, although I believe that her hair was red it was short, so that may be a hair extension in this shot? What more to say than I love this shot and great to see Pam and Marie together in a shot other than the early shots of them in the original Kamera on location book 🙂
Pamela Green as the perfect muse in the studio for Stephen Glass. An early 1950’s shot of Pam sat posing nude, she doesn’t even have her trademark long blonde hair in this shot, although she did go through various hairstyles and colours before ending on the colour we recognize.
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
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
Wow! I have some very generous and loyal fans of this site! A very special parcel turned up today from a donator to the site that included some wonderful memorabilia from Pamela Green. It included the first 3 Pamela Green posing guides from I guess the late 1960’s or early 70’s, along with the original covering letter signed by Pam herself. Not only that but as an extra surprise I also got 3 original 10 by 8 prints of Pam and several more letters about the guides, prints and other exciting content she was doing and all hand signed. I also love the fact that back then the letters were all individually typed, then signed with not a photocopy in sight!
I love Pam and everything she did, but to get this was a dream to add to my collection of Pam memorabilia. The donator wishes to remain anonymous, but trust me when I say I am over the moon with my parcel and can’t thank the person enough and will say it is all in good hands. I will of course share some of my goodies in due course 🙂
A ‘Non Blonde’ image of Pamela Green posing in long dark wig and scarf using a towel to hide anything too sensitive. Taken on a beach on the Isles of Scilly in 1958 and produced as part of a Pamar 35mm colour slide set, most of these shots ended up in the Kamera on Location book, but as black and white. The reproduction and restoration of colours on this slide is one of the best I’ve seen and comes from my own collection of Pamar slides.
The pose of Pam here actually makes it look likes she doing some sort of exercise workout, although I’m sure it’s just one of those ‘artistic’ poses Harrison Marks used to make her get into 🙂
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 😉
Another exquisite shot of Pamela Green as Rita Landre taken by Harrison Marks in the living room of his Gerard Street flat. As always a beautiful shot of a pouting Pam/Rita as she poses against that unit and it always amazes me how realistic the wig looked on her, so much so for ages I thought it was real!