A beautiful shot of Jo Peters modelling nude against a black background from a restored 10 by 8 print. I love the way the lighting highlights her body and hair with the black background enhancing it’s shape.
I’ve posted Jo before and she was a 1960’s and 70’s model that appeared in Spick & Span and later as a ‘Page 3’ girl in the Sun newspaper. I think I prefer this shot of her to those I’ve already posted though 🙂
An unknown (blonde) model from the 1960’s seductively eating a banana from a set of images from a contact sheets sent over by Kevin. She looks to be wearing a wig and I have one other small set of her also as a blonde, but with shorter hair.
Apologies for the re-post, but issues with the members gallery I need to fix, so the rest of the images from this set will be back later.
Another shot from Howard Roark, this time the shapely form of Susana Hase from a set of original contact sheets sent over by Kevin. Love the way Susana is posing lifting up her top flashing her small perfect tits with puffie nipples. Love the little crochet type panties as well 🙂
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 beautiful shot of Annlyse posing on a black background for Harrison Marks from an original medium format negative. A great shot of Annylse in the studio and I do like the shots GHM took using a black background and lighting highlighting all the right bits! This shot was also printed in Kamera No.36 P28 (1960) although the image was reversed on that page.