I have also included below for members the original medium format version I have in my collection of negatives. This shows the full uncropped version, which in my opinion is better than the one in Femme. The quality and clarity is much better and you see much more 🙂
Another shot that I again posted back in 2014 from the published version that appeared in Femme No.11 (1968) here, but now I have the original negative.
A beautiful shot of Beryl Gilchrist in high resolution and for members in its original medium format size. The clarity between the two shots is stunning, but no difference in the two versions censorship wise, as Beryl is posing with her leg cleverly placed to hide anything that may need to be retouched! The published version was more tightly cropped on Beryl than this, but I prefer to see more of the ornate surroundings and harp in my shot. Not that we shouldn’t be focussing on Beryl’s slender naked figure, as it is rather nice to look at 🙂
I originally posted this shot in this post of two shot’s of Anna from Femme No.11 P4 (1968) by Harrison Marks. I love this shot of Anna in those black stockings and white boots and small perky tits, but always thought it was a shame that her lower region was censored and retouched in the shot. Well thankfully I now also have the original negative of this shot that shows off much more! (Below if your a member)
Another shot taken from Femme No.11 P59 (1968), this time Cleo Simmons on the cave set dressed as a cave-girl including a very short animal skin skirt and stone club! Cleo appears on 6 pages of Femme No.11 with 3 pages showing her posing on this set, which could be what I have classed as a cave set or fisherman’s set due to the netting?
Two shots of Anna Verdi posing in long white boots and stockings from Femme No.11 P4 & P5 (1968) by Harrison Marks.
As I’ve mentioned before Femme first appeared in 1958 as a 64 page 9½ in. x 7 in. magazine, but from the second issue was relaunched as ‘The New Femme No.1’ and became a 96 page pocketbook in the Kamera format. Originally only the cover was by Harrison Marks, but by the final version, No.11 in 1968 the whole thing, cover and contents was GHM work. Some of the images were also duplicates from earlier Kamera editions.
Anna Verdi is one of the few models I like with a figure that seems to suit small tits, and I particularly like the first of these two shots.