As the title says a very serene looking Pamela Green with her familiar long blonde hair from the pages of Kamera No.11 (1958). I never get tired of seeing images of Pamela as her versatility in posing always manages to enrapture me.
Someone once asked if I had any shots of Thelma by Harrison Marks and at the time I only had one poor shot of her in my collection. Well that has now been rectified as I now have several good shots of her from Kamera No.11 (1958), including the colour centrefold shot of her above. A dusky Latin beauty that I know very little about, other than she posed for GHM in early editions of Kamera.
This shot comes from Kamera No.11 my latest acquisition and although complete and in good condition for it’s age the pages were splitting around the rusty staples. I’ve restored colour and obviously removed the staple marks and a few scratches, but a fantastic colour shot of Thelma and an appearance of the Leopard skin rug again!
A shot of Marie Deveraux from the original ‘Kamera on Location’ from 1958 and re-printed in ‘Just Marie Deveraux’. She appears with the blonde wig and scarf in a lot of early shots and editions of Kamera and appears on the front of Kamera No.24 and the 1963 (August) and 1964 (July)
Eve Eden (Rosa Domaille) From A Male Point of View Magazine (September 1958)