A beautiful view of the stunning Dawn Grayson popping out of a long sheer negligee. This comes from a set of 35mm negatives taken by an amateur photographer at Jason Studio’s in London. I know this because these strips of negatives came in the original negative holder with all the details printed on the front. So these actual negatives were taken at Jason Studio’s on Tuesday September 20th, 1966. How’s that for precise.
A great pose from Dawn who looks stunning with her hair up and her small perky tits popping out from under the wrapped around negligee 🙂
A beautiful unknown blonde from a restored set of Esquire 35mm colour slides in my collection. I’m always amazed how these slides restore after over 50 years, as they always seem to look so red.
Thanks to Tonal Range for identifying the model as Burlesque and Spick & Span model Adrienne Germaine 🙂
An absolute stunner of a shot featuring June Simpson posing on a window ledge by Harrison Marks. I’ve posted a copy of this before several years ago, but this is from the original negative. Interestingly this untouched shot shows that June had a rather nasty scar down the front of her stomach just below the belly button. On looking back through her images it seems she either hid the scar or posed in a way it wasn’t that visible. The early version here seems to have it airbrushed out as well.
A simply gorgeous shot of June and her figure by GHM 🙂
And no before you comment I haven’t cropped this shot! It’s one of those arty shots by Harrison Marks that appeared in the early editions of Kamera. I also happen to know the model is Jennifer Garland, as I’ve seen several fuller images of her similar to this, plus the freckles on her legs helped identify her 🙂
What a fabulous pose showing off her body and the curve of that bottom 🙂
A scrumptious shot from an original medium format negative of 1960’s UK model Lynn Reeves. Lynn looks divine as she poses stepping out of the bath all wet and bubbly and showing off her figure and small perky tits perfectly. The clarity of the shot is fabulous and you can see the photography lamps in the reflection of the tiles 🙂