Continuing with the model of the week and an early shot of Pamela Green from a set of silver gelatin prints from the 1950’s. Taken in 1957 by Harrison Marks this shot shows off Pam’s great body and her short dark hair. The signature long blonde hair was to come later, but I do like the short look. A great profile shot of her face as she looks down with great lighting as usual.
A fuller length version of this shot went on to appear in the first edition of Kamera P26 (1957).
A young Pamela Green from the Harrison Marks hardback book ‘Pamela A Portrait In 58 Studies’. This image appeared on page 50 of the aforementioned book.
Another brilliant shot and pose of Lorraine Burnett by Russell Gay from an original print in my collection. This is the second shot of two 6 by 4 prints that I have with the first one here. Another Classic Lorraine in the way she poses in those stockings and panties with the foil background 🙂
A brilliant shot and pose of Lorraine Burnett by Russell Gay from an original print in my collection. I just love the fancy stockings and pearl necklace in this shot, plus the tin foil background, which in colour shots seems to have a multi-coloured look to it. Classic Lorraine in the way she looks and poses and this shot probably appeared in either Model or QT, both published by Gay.
The unmistakable Pamela Green from a set of restored silver gelatin photos taken by Harrison Marks in 1955. Taken in the studio they show Pam during her short dark hair period in different poses showing off her oiled naked body wearing nothing more than a pair of hooped earrings. 1950’s glamour photography at it’s best 🙂