A Dawn Grayson still of her in blonde wig taken during the shooting of the Harrison Marks 8mm film ‘Key Strip’. This was shot on the ‘Hollywood’ set at Lily Place Studios in 1964.
Someone asked the question on how much I edit the images published on here, which doesn’t have a straightforward answer! It depends! It depends on the size and quality of the original, but my view is that I only restore or enhance, but not alter. Most of the time it’s restoring colour, removing blemishes and scratches and tweaking highlights and contrast and re-sizing if they are large files. Overall, nothing that drastically alters the context of the original.
I’ll use another June Palmer shot as an example.
The original image scanned directly from a 120 film negative
My Edit – A slight crop of the image, colours enhanced and restored & a few scratches removed and that is it!
The purists will say don’t mess with the original, but I prefer the colours in my edit!
The image is another JP original from John W of June as Joanna Kent in strawberry blonde wig on the beach and I love it! I think it’s the pose and June’s bum!
Back from my holiday and starting off with something a bit different! Go grab your old red/cyan 3D glasses (If you can still find them!) and behold the magnificence of June Palmer in glorious 3D!
This was kindly provided by John W, who had the pleasure of actually taking these photo’s of June himself in one of the many sessions he attended at Strobe Studios during the 1980’s. The image works very well in 3D, as I found some 3D glasses and all I’ve done is clean up the image.
Note: This is an original image and subject to this copyright notice, but can be shared as long as the image remains unaltered and this website is acknowledged as the source.