It’s June Palmer posing in the studio with that broom handle again! A beautiful studio shot and very similar to this shot taken of June by Stefan Glass, My extreme gratitude must go to John W for sending me scans of his original negatives and contact sheets and allowing me to share them here. It’s still a stunning view of Junes figure from when she was young 🙂
An original print sent over by John of June Palmer posing nude on a studio floor allowing the light and shadows to highlight and show off her fabulous curves. For some reason I love the way her long legs and curve of her hip are highlighted in ths shot more than anything else. A very clever shot using light and shadows to highlight such a beauty.
June Palmer posing in the shadows from a restored 10 by 8 print sent over by John W from his collection. Plenty of sheer material in use here, including some that seems to be tucked into the black belt she is wearing. I also love the way that black belt is pulled tight and bites into her hips. June at her best and in her prime 🙂
Yet another simple but stunning shot of a nude June Palmer posing in a doorway for Stefan Glass. This shot is part of the huge Stefan Glass Set, but is a smaller sub set of shots of June posing in this doorway and on the stairs! It’s also another slightly cropped version, but I’ve only removed some of the side to this shot so you can focus on the main subject, June’s young naked body in the doorway!
Thanks to member JAS, who sent through these brilliant shots of June Palmer from the 8mm cine film of ‘Calamity June’. This was by Arthur Howell under the Strobe Films banner and was Strobe Films No.1 and these shots were 90mm square still prints made by Strobe back in the 1960’s to publicise the film. A fabulous set of 6 prints (members see all) of June posing at the saloon bar, slowly losing parts of her flimsy cowgirl outfit! JAS has around 25 of these 90mm square prints from Calamity June, Danger Girl and June in Orbit. of which I have the Danger Girl set to also publish 🙂
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 🙂