Another beautiful shot of Annlyse posing on a black background for Harrison Marks from an original medium format negative. A great shot of Annylse in the studio and I do like the shots GHM took using a black background and lighting highlighting all the right bits!
Another rare shot from The Pamela Green Nude Posing Guide No.4 published in 1973 by Pam with photo’s taken by Douglas Webb. The guide is 4 pages including the cover and features Pamela in 48 different poses across 3 pages in a contact sheet style, with each image having a number (The image above was No.383) This shot uses the black background and lighting from the left highlighting Pam’s naked body in the shadows. Perfect!
Another set of June Palmer sent over by John posing on the ‘Metal Bars’ set. This time June is seen posing in black underwear and stockings, but no nudity this time! Taken in the 1970’s at Scotlee Studio’s I also have another couple of sets of 35mm negatives of June posing on the same set with the metal cage behind her.
Looking at some of the things attached to the bars in the background it sure looks like it may have been used for restraining people or the odd bit of S & M!
Some more shots of this very attractive and perky unknown model posing for Harrison Marks from restored 5½ by 3½ Glossy prints. Again, I know it’s by Harrison Marks as the Devil Head bust is familiar and used in many other of his shots.
I thought she didn’t seem to appear in the first Harrison Marks Glamour Guide, which listed all of his early photo sets, but I was wrong as she appears in Sets No.32 and No.343. Those shots don’t seem to include these, as in those she has her hair pulled back? I’ve still not be able to identify this perky blonde and she’s still in the growing list on my unknown models page here as well.
A beautiful shot of Annlyse posing on a black background for Harrison Marks from an original medium format negative sent over by Kevin. Annlyse wasn’t the most well endowed model to pose for GHM, but she had a cracking figure and a wicked smile. A great shot and I do like the shots GHM took using a black background and lighting to one side to highlight the model.