An image of Bea Bea Chu-Chu in the studio by Harrison Marks and from an original negative. Interestingly I first thought this was a retouched or censored shot, but as it’s straight from the untouched negative, maybe not? The reason for the question was that in all her other shots she is showing off her very natural dark pussy, whereas here it seems to have gone?
After careful study, I’m still not sure what has happened, you can clearly see hair, but not to the extent of her other shots and it seems almost white? Maybe they powdered it with makeup or something, god knows why or maybe they did something to the area in developing the negative? It certainly looks different that’s for sure, but Bea Bea sure does have a fabulous curvy figure and big round tits, all that distract you in a nice way 🙂
Maria Clarence beautiful and bare from an original negative scan, with the published retouched version of this shot appearing in Kamera No.46 P15 (1962). Her first appearance was in Kamera No.45 (1962) and further photos were published in issues No.46, 47, 48, 50, 55, 56, 60, 61, 66 & No.75. She also appeared in Kamera Special No.3 and six pages in the hardback book ‘She Walks in Beauty’. Maria was chosen for the 1962 Cornwall location shoot and a total of nearly eighty photographs of Maria were published including duos taken with Margaret Nolan and Jane Mathews. There are two known sets of 35mm Colour Slides of Maria, No’s 24 and No.32 with Margaret Nolan from the Cornwall shoot.
A beauty and bare shot of Maria in the studio, but those hairy arms are evident again, but not a lot of hair anywhere else!
A beautiful rear view shot from an original negative from my collection of Dawn Grayson and one of my favourite non nude shots of her! This shot has a two of my favourite things, Dawn and sheer panties, so almost a perfect combination. A very good quality shot and the second shot from this shoot on the set with the bamboo wallpaper.
Avra Bennett perfectly exposed in the studio by Harrison Marks. This uncensored version comes directly from the negative, but it was also published in Kamera No.37 P9 (1961) in it’s slightly censored version, not that you could tell as you can hardly see anything controversial in this shot!
The photo published in Kamera was also one of the pages that also included the camera and lighting settings for the shot, because let’s not forget Kamera was a study of photography through the female form and we all wanted to know the camera and light settings, didn’t we! So for all those that want to know, the details were Camera: Hasselblad, Exposure: 30th at f11, 4000 watts tungsten light on Weston 64 speed film. As I said a perfectly exposed shot of Arva, but I tend to focus on the less technical side of things, as I’m a much more of a visual person 😉
This shot originally appeared in Kamera No.87 P30 (1968) and I published a copy of the scanned page here. Now I have the original negative and thought I’d share the much clearer scanned version, cropped as its seen in the magazine. You get to see Ms Brown’s beautiful dimpled arse and tan lined tit in much more detail, so worthy of posting.