Paula King precariously perched on what seems to be a piece of wood across the pond at Ewhurst Manor. I’d say this scan of an original negative was by photographer Ken Williams, as it fits with other images of Paula published in Lenz No.3 here. Superbly balanced shot of Paula’s fine figure as she leans against what looks like a stone bird bath to me.
Another page from Nylon Flash No.19 of Sylvia Bayo and friend stripping out of their underwear. The contrast of Sylvia in white panties against the other model in black panties works perfectly. The opposing underwear colours and skin tones highlight the assets of each other throughout and here you can see the perfect example of black and white contrast, with Sylvia showing off her friends round white bum with black panties pulled down.
I now have a complete edited version of Nylon Flash No.19, with the full magazine including a full 48 pages of Sylvia and friend stripping out of their underwear and members can see the full magazine here.
One of my all time favourite magazine covers from Harrison Marks that’s not Kamera or Solo has to be this cover of In Focus No.15. Featuring Audrey Crane it just captivates me for some reason, maybe that the colours look so good, or just the way Audrey is posing showing off that body, who knows why, but worth sharing on here I thought 🙂
Eve Eden (Rosa Domaille) on the cover of Model No.1 by Russell Gay. I actually published another version of this image from an original 35mm colour slide here, but either this version is reversed or mine is, but checking mine seems to be the correct way round. It’s always good to post the original and where it was published either on a cover or within a magazine 🙂
The cover of the first edition of In Focus edited by Harrison Marks. In the heady days following the highly successful launch of Kamera, it seemed that the market for Harrison Marks’ publications was insatiable. ‘In Focus’ was another Kamera style pocketbook that Kamera Publications launched in 1957. The highest issue number that I have come across to date is No.21 If this is the last issue, then the publication was last printed in 1964.
No idea who the cover model is unless anyone can enlighten me? Thanks to Paul from Firebird Records for this copy and others of In Focus 🙂