Pamela Green in Quadruple (Original)

I love this set of Pamela in the bath taken by Harrison Marks in the bathroom of his Gerrard Street flat. The use of the mirrors to see Pam from every angle is brilliant and this is the second of three shots I have from this set (There must be more!), all sent through by Kevin.  All are scanned from 35mm Pamar negatives and this particular shot was a little dark, so need lightening up a little, but didn’t lose it’s quality! Thanks Kevin 🙂

On the Rocks with Rosa! (Original)

It’s actually Eve Eden or Connie Fielding, as that was the name she was using when this shot taken by Ed Alexander. Several shots of Eve/Connie posing on these rocks appeared in the Whitestone Publication ‘Ed Alexander Photographs English Beauties’, but this is a cracking original shot.
This was originally published over on Kevin’s pinupmemories blog, but worthy of being shared here so thanks to him for sharing.

Diane Webber – A Soapy Outlook! (Original)

An original image sent through from Kevin that fits nicely with today’s posts! Diane Webber (Marguerite Empey) taking a soapy bath in what looks like a giant wok!  I’m a big fan of Diane from her early work and later as a naturalist and there is a tenuous link to her and this site. In 1959 Kamera Publications published a book dedicated to Diane called ‘The Diane Weber Album’, unfortunately the images weren’t taken by Harrison Marks but an import for the US. Any excuse to publish this great unseen shot and thanks to Kevin for sharing it with me.

Angela Jones – Oi! Get Off My Lawn, Well Maybe Not! (Original)

A dark haired Angela Jones posing nude on the lawn from an original negative scan sent through by Kevin. Nice car in the background and location seems to be Walden Ewhurst, although this shot looks to be up a slight incline. I’m going with Ewhurst as you can see a square pond in the background very similar to the one at Ewhurst, but I may be wrong! Anyway getting back to the subject in hand, you wouldn’t really kick Angela off your lawn if you found her like this now would you? Usual to see her with dark hair as well.

Update: The car in the background is an Austin Healey Sprite and Terry has confirmed the location as Walden Manor not Ewhurst due to the location of the pond.  The pond was to the East of the house and can still be seen on google maps today.

Dawn Grayson as Liza Martelle (Original)

Dawn Grayson by Harrison Marks on the ‘Backstage set’ at Lily Place Studio’s wearing long blonde wig as ‘Liza Martelle’ in a pink underwear set. I love this shot of Dawn, although I do think she looks a little slutty in this set with those panties pulled up between her cheeks! This is an original scan of a negative from Kevin and again it’s good to see a full version of the negative against the version printed in the magazine here

Hilde Beck – No Support Required! (Original)

I had forgotten that I had this shot of Hilde Beck on the Egyptian set by Harrison Marks! This is a scan of an original negative sent through by Kevin before Christmas and although not the best composed shot, it still shows a lovely rear view of Hilde, but I doubt she really needed any support 🙂

June & The Bamboo Room Divider (Original)

A shot of June with longer hair taken at Scotlee Studio in the 1960’s posing with a bamboo room diver as a backdrop. This shot comes from a scan of an original negative from Kevin and the bamboo divider seen here features in several photo shoots of June in the 1960’s and 70’s including a set of negatives I have of June in long blonde wig.

Gloria Lomax – The Full View (Original)

I posted a cropped version of this original of Gloria Lomax shot last year as it was published in Kamera No.88 (1968) on page 8. I’ve now been sent a scan of the original negative from Kevin, which gives us a full view of both Gloria and the ornate furniture at Ewhurst Manor Walden Manor. I love it when I get an original of an image also published in Kamera, as you get to see the full picture and the superior quality of a negative scan. 
The size and quality of the scans I get is much larger than you get to see on here, as unfortunately I reduce the size down to 800 pixels to stop those unscrupulous people that think it’s OK to just take these images and resell them as prints! For example the original was over 2250 pixels in size and shows Gloria in close up detail, which can’t be a bad thing! The larger size also makes my life easier if I need to restore or remove any minor blemishes, although the images from Kevin and others are usually so good little additional effort is required. Anyway enjoy the full view!

Thanks to Terry for point out that it was Walden Manor not Ewhurst in this image 🙂