A second shot of Susan Shaw (Gisa) by Paul Pantha (Terry Sparks) posing topless leaning against a table with her corduroy trousers unzipped. The house is unknown but she appears in several different rooms and locations outside throughout this set of photo’s. A stunning topless shot very reminiscent of a typical Sun page 3 shot, which she did appear on several times during her career 🙂
The beautiful Jane Matthews taken by Harrison Marks in the studio from a restored 35mm Pamar colour slide. I have several black and white medium format negatives of Jane by GHM from the same shoot, but this is the only colour version so far. A great shadowy shot of Jane and love the prints of Lorraine Burnett and the cat in the background 🙂
A colour shot of June Palmer from the 1960’s, which was originally part of a 3-D Steroview slide. The colours from this slide were fantastic and needed very little restoration but still look very natural, especially the skin tones of June’s body. A superb shot of June and her stunning figure in her prime as she poses leaning against a green sofa, although I’m not sure about the yellow rug? Thanks again to Kevin for sending over this shot.
A restored 35mm slide of the fabulous Dawn Grayson sent over by Kevin! Not the best quality shot as it was very grainy and colours needed tweaking, but hey it’s Dawn! I love the way she is sat on the stool, one leg up and head to one side and just a tiny peak of a areola above that bra.
Thanks as always to Kevin for this shot and all the others he regularly send that appear on this site as it’s always appreciated 🙂
Tina Graham AKA Christine Carter posing for Harrison Marks in the studio with what looks to be a cherub statue of sorts. Shots from this set appeared in Kamera No.46, No.47 and in the 1963 Kamera Calendar. Tina who’s real name was Christine Williams did several sets for GHM, this set, a set posing on the beach and a set in the bedroom and posing in the mirrored bathroom. A very popular and versatile model used not just by GHM but Russell Gay, her boyfriend at the time and Ed Alexander across many publications.