After a break of over 3 weeks I’m back off my holiday and thought I’d start where I left off with an image of June! This was waiting for me on my return from John W from a set of 35mm negative close ups of June taken during the late 1970’s. I kept coming back to this shot, not because it really shows off anything, but I just liked the framing and composition of the shot. I love that it’s a close up and she’s looking directly into the camera from below. A different but great shot of June.
Normal service will now resume on the site, with hopefully a few more posts now I’m back 🙂
A two for one with this shot featuring Annette Johnson and Diane Grant from an original 35mm black and white negative. I’d never seen this set before of the two together, but I get the impression they were taken in a studio for a group of photographers, either professional or more likely amateur. In most shots they are both looking in different directions, with Annette tending to look directly at the camera and Diane to be looking off to the side. So either Diane was camera shy or was facing another camera to the side?
A very distracting sight for the photographers as well with these two sat in front of you posing naked.
A pendulous view of Ann Austin as she leans forward looking at the camera showing off those full hanging tits with a mischievous look on her face! This shot was published in Ahoy Magazine published by Russell Gay and unfortunately was one only shot of Ann in this edition.
I’ve published several colour shots of a rather revealing Doreen Pierre before here, but never realised that she actually posed for Harrison Marks and appeared in Kamera. The above shot is one of her from a studio session with Marks and 6 shots of her including this shot on page 40 appear in Kamera No.71 (1966). Unlike the more revealing colour shots I’ve published, this shot although uncensored shows a very neat, tidy and shaven Doreen down below, making it ever so easy for the retouchers when editing this shot for publication back then.
Doreen had a great tanned body and figure, with more shots of her to come 🙂
An uplifting shot of Frankie Young as she leans up to adjust the round paper lamp shade that was popular back then, I think I even had one, lampshade not Frankie! Taken by Russell Gay this shot was reprinted in the 1960’s Glamour book on page 256 and shows off Frankie s figure perfectly, even if it could have been a little wider shot showing a bit more of her 🙂