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 🙂
An absolutely stunning shot of Pat Davis by Harrison Marks taken in the studio in 1959. It doesn’t get much better than this from the great man himself with the perfect pose and lighting to show off Pat and her perfect tits! I love how the light highlights her tits, but also casts a shadow across her turned away face. Perfection and a big thank you to Kevin for this shot from his collection.
Unknown Model No.51 by Harrison Marks from a complete set of five 5½ by 3½ prints which I have in my collection, but this one came from Kevin as much better quality than my version. A stunning figure and a rather nice set of tits as she lays there smiling!
An scrumptious image of Sylvana Manto (Madelaine Bannister) kneeling on the bed from a restored silver gelatin photo. Here you get to see a rear view of Sylvana, including her well rounded bottom. Not only that but you get a great view of her toes through those stockings for all the toe and feet fetish people out there 🙂
Another shot of Wendy James by Harrison Marks posing on the Chinese Garden set, similar to this shot here. This shot is better quality as it comes direct from the negative and give you a better view of Wendy’s perky and puffy pair of tits!
Another shot of the fabulous Julie Shearing from Solo No.4 P11 (1958) by Harrison Marks. Such an exotic look to her for an English lass probably enhanced by the streaks in her hair and dark eye liner. Either way a favourite early GHM model from the 50’s, although if you ask me everyone is a favourite 🙂
A ‘Non Blonde’ image of Pamela Green posing in long dark wig and scarf using a towel to hide anything too sensitive. Taken on a beach on the Isles of Scilly in 1958 and produced as part of a Pamar 35mm colour slide set, most of these shots ended up in the Kamera on Location book, but as black and white. The reproduction and restoration of colours on this slide is one of the best I’ve seen and comes from my own collection of Pamar slides.
The pose of Pam here actually makes it look likes she doing some sort of exercise workout, although I’m sure it’s just one of those ‘artistic’ poses Harrison Marks used to make her get into 🙂
Julie Shearing from P34 of the Kamera Special No.4 (1964) sat on a rug on a front room set, with the familiar diamond wallpaper in the background. Although published in 1964 the shot was taken much earlier by GHM as Julie posed for him during the late 1950’s.