Julie (Shearing) from another colour 35mm Pamar Slide by Harrison Marks. This time kneeling on multiple coloured sheets nude, apart from holding some pearls and wearing the big dangly blue grape like earrings. Thanks to Kevin for sending this stunner over 🙂
An absolutely stunning shot of Ann Jones by Harrison Marks from a restored colour slide sent over by Ray.
Ann features in Solo No.45 as well as Kamera No.67, No.73 & No.85. She also starred in the GHM glamour film No.62, ‘Make Mine Roman Style’ with Marina Jones, with this post being taken of both on the set. No idea if this ever appeared anywhere, but it’s simple stunning as is Ann and a model I’ve realized I’ve posted very little of on here!
The beautiful buxom Ann Austin posing in the hay by Harrison Marks. This comes from a restored 35mm colour Pamar slide sent over by Kevin and I believe although there is hay/straw in the shot this was taken on the Loft set? Never seen a copy of this slide before and it’s always a pleasure to see a bit of Ann! I believe although there is hay/straw in the shot this was taken on the Loft set?
A great pair in more than one way! Lorraine Burnett and Eve Eden from a scan or an original Pamar 35mm colour slide. I’ve seen several sets of these two posing together both colour (Pamar sets) and black and white in Kamera No.23 (1959), but what a great pairing from Harrison Marks. The blue dangly earrings that Eve is wearing crop up in other shots as well, I’ve seen shots of both Ann Austin and Julie (Shearing) wearing the same set.
Jennifer Garland posing with a few oranges from the scan of a restored Pamar 35mm colour slide taken by Harrison Marks. The title could have been small ones are more juicy, but Jennifer’s aren’t that small! Beautiful vivid colours from this slide especially the red of her hair and the oranges against the blue floor.
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I have a set of 6 prints of Pamela Green posing as a Hula Girl like this, but this is the first colour version I’ve seen of her thanks to member Simon. Scanned from a Pamar colour slide this was probably taken in the late 1950’s as the hula skirt appears on an unknown model in Kamera Special No.1 (1957). The Pamar slide can vary in quality from very poor to really good, with little degradation to colours like this shot.
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