The beautiful profile of Jayne Tracy from a medium format negative in my collection. I went through a stage of collecting everything of certain models not just nudes. It included magazine appearances, films, nudes and of course non-nudes like this. A very expensive past time, so I had to stop on most models, but a few I still try and collect everything I can find. I’ll let you guess which models?
I’m not sure if this was just a profile set of Jayne dressed as I have several of her like this in that off the shoulder top. Some do look like things progressed further, but alas I don’t have any 🙁
Monique Devereux posing up against a faux brick wall from a restored 35mm colour slide. As well as numerous negatives of Monique by Harrison Marks I also have a collection of colour 35mm slides. These seem to be after her period with GHM and were taken at Scotlee Studio’s either in a bedroom setting or against some mirrors! Unfortunately despite my best efforts restoring them, some of them didn’t survive well and are as rough as old bags!
Thankfully this one didn’t turn out too bad and gives us a good view of Monique’s body and curves.
Teri Martine on location down in Cornwall in 1966 not far from Bedruthan beach. Taken by Harrison Marks on his 2 week trip with several models including Teri. I also have the original negative of this shot, which is crystal clear and in it’s original medium format size. Which members also get to see 🙂
Teri looks fantastic as she leans over that rock and those nipples look rock hard too!
Another shot of Tracy Reeves from this set of shots of her posing in a living room setting. In this she is teasing the viewer with what lies beneath those white panties. Although later shots in the set she’s more than happy to reveal what she has to offer 😉
Members get to see the full uncropped medium format view
A beautifully restored 35mm colour Pamar slide of Teresa Seymour. Another shot taken by Harrison Marks that features Teresa with her redheaded curls posing in long blue negligee by the TV in GHM’s Flat. There’s something quite nice about seeing several shots from the same set of a model and then seeing a colour version. It tends to give the shot more context and vibrancy I think?