A very cold and sultry looking Pamela Alexander taken by Paul Pantha (Terry Sparks). I’m guessing from this shot and the others I’ve seen it’s taken in the sea down in Pegwell Bay, which was a popular location for Terry, but I may be wrong? I must say that although she looks cold in this shot she is a stunning woman both facially and her figure 🙂
The full and complete scanned version of The Pamela Green Nude Posing Guide No.1, including signed cover letter by Pam herself. I’ve also scanned the individual poses from the guide and will post a selection of my favourites soon 🙂
I will also be adding this and the other guides to the vintage catalogue collection on the right hand menu.
All images were taken by Douglas Webb and copyright remains with The Pamela Green website
A shot from one of my newly acquired posing guides by Pamela Green. This pose, which is No.302 (if you hadn’t guessed!) comes from the Pamela Green Nude Posing Guide No.3 (1972). That would make her age at the time of producing this 43, but what a fabulous figure she still had and is highlighted in this stunning shot. As she mentions in one of her accompanying letters this shot does reflect the more liberal attitude towards photography in the early 1970’s, which I assume means the fact it is uncensored and shows off her hairy pussy in the shot.
It’s a superbly posed shot and the use of lighting from the right highlights her curves and long blonde hair to perfection. More to come from these guides, plus I’ll try and post the complete guides and letters, so everyone can see the amount of detail and effort she put into these guides 🙂
Image taken by Douglas Webb and copyright remains with The Pamela Green website
Another exquisite shot of Pamela Green as Rita Landre taken by Harrison Marks in the living room of his Gerard Street flat. As always a beautiful shot of a pouting Pam/Rita as she poses against that unit and it always amazes me how realistic the wig looked on her, so much so for ages I thought it was real!
The cover of Solo No.13 (1959) featuring Rita Landre, which was actually Pamela Green in one of her many pseudonyms, this time wearing a long red-headed wig to cover her normal blonde locks! She appeared as Rita on more than one occasion across Harrison Marks publications including the covers of Kamera No.1, Kamera No.19 and Kamera No.35.
Redoing some old Solo covers with better scans 🙂