A very elegant looking Jean Spaul (Sporle) from Kamera No.4 P4 (1957) who not only posed nude for many of the early Kamera editions, but also got the job as one of the girls in the office at Harrison Marks studio. What an office stunner!
A stunning view in more than one way of Jean Spaul (Sporle) and Pamela Green. Taken by Harrison Marks on the balcony of the apartment he owned with Pam down in Hampstead and obviously a good position for a spot of nude sunbathing! The original cropped version of Pam and Jean together on this balcony was published in Kamera No.27 P27 (1960) and also features several other shots of the two, in and around the grounds of the apartment.
Thanks to Simon for sending through this scan of this original negative. Interestingly the actual negative, along with others that Simon has sent through has blue marking or pen added over the pubic regions. One assumes this may have been added as part of the developing process to hide sensitive bits when printed for publication? Anyone heard of this before, as it’s the first I’ve seen or heard about it. Thankfully modern scanners can be adapted to remove the blue colour, so we get to see Jean and Pam in all their fully glory, or at least a peak at it!
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Jean Sporle (Spaul) in a sheer little black baby doll by Harrison Marks published Pin-Up No.6 (June 1957). Jean modelled for GHM on various occasions and also ended up working for him and Pamela Green in the offices at Gerrard Street. She originally was only looking for non-nude modelling work, but that soon changed after meeting Harrison Marks!
A very made-up Jean Spaul (Sporle) from Kamera Special No.2 P27 (1958). Jean with her hair pulled back and big dangly earrings, again with striking make-up, what I can’t make my mind up about though, is if she was ‘blacked up’ in this shot? Similar to Pamela Green as Princess Sonmar Harriks I’ve seen shots in Kamera of Jean ‘blacked up’ from head to foot, but can’t quite decide if this is one of those shots, or just her make-up and lighting?