Dedicated to the published work of Harrison Marks & other prominent UK & US photographers, along with popular glamour models such as June Palmer, Dawn Grayson and others of the 1950's, 60's and early 70's. Warning! This site is not intending to be pornographic, but more an archive and information resource of vintage glamour magazines and images from the past. However, some of the content is of an adult nature and contains nudity in the shape of the female form, so if you are under 18 years old or easily offended, then please don't go any further.
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Beautiful use of light and shade to highlight this 1960s unknown beauty and her fabulous figure. I love how lighting to the left just manages to highlight the line of her figure against the black background, making it almost silhouette like. No idea on whom the model was, but this was from a very good set of 10 by 8 prints of her.
The third shot from this set of images of a young June posing in leggings (not tights, as someone pointed out!) in the ruins of a castle. These came from John W who also sent through a second batch of this set, so I now have 35 images of June in this location to share once I’ve edited them! 🙂
What a fabulous vintage glamour shot this is of Lynn Reeves.
Your classical stockings, white panties and corset shot kneeling on a bed cuddling a fluffy toy dog, love it! Throw in Lynn’s typical 1960s hairstyle and the floral wallpaper, and you have a classic on your hands! Let’s not forget her fabulous figure and a sneaky view of one small boob too. 🙂
A very uplifting view of Vicky Ashley from a 10 by 8 print for members only. Taken by Leslie Bainbridge, it’s a great shot and view of Vicky laying naked on sheepskin rugs. I love the way she is lifting her legs to give us a better view of things. 🙂
A second shot of Susan Shaw (Gisa) by Paul Pantha (Terry Sparks) posing topless leaning against a table with her corduroy trousers unzipped. The house is unknown, but she appears in several rooms and locations outside throughout this set of photo’s. A stunning topless shot very reminiscent of a typical Sun page 3 shot, which she did appear on various times during her career. 🙂
Louise Worth sat posing on a four-poster bed from Kamera No.80 cover (1967) by Harrison Marks. The four-poster bed was actually in a bedroom at Ewhurst Manor. It seems to appear in other shoots, including a set featuring Margaret Nolan and others. 🙂
The stunning Sophia Dawn sat outside the cottage at Ewhurst on the bonnet of a Mini Cooper. So much to like about this shot the car, the location, or even the model, even though she’s dressed! Saying that, I love the dress and frilly petticoat and Sophia’s beehive hairstyle.
I believe the Mini was owned by the Cliffords, that rented out Ewhurst Manor to the various photographers of the time. The mini is in superb condition and the tax disc on it is dated April 1964. The only thing that could possibly make this shot better is if Sophia was naked! 😉
The platinum blonde Annette Johnson posing by the fireplace. Taken by Harrison Marks on the Cinderella set, this is actually a pretty good shot of Annette showing off her slender figure. I much prefer her during this stage of her career with long blonde hair. 🙂
Over the last few months, as well as continuing to edit my vast archive, I’ve also been playing around with colouring some of my original images. In the past I’ve avoided this as I’ve seen various attempts to do this with varying degrees of success. Most are either too skin toned in colour or end up having a painted effect and losing the details.
So after many years of using various tools to edit photo’s I gave it a go! The aim being to create a coloured version that looks as though it was originally taken in colour without losing the details. The above shot of Tina Graham is one of my better attempts, as for every successful coloured version (In my view!) I had about 8 failed versions. Some photos lend themselves to colour, whereas others have too much going on to get the colouring looking right.
I know some of you out there hate the idea of originals being coloured, and I totally get that. This is more of an experiment to see how close I can get to an authentic colour version. I have a small gallery of different models I’ve tried, and I sneaked a few onto the site in the last few weeks (guess which ones?)
So, what do you think? Success or fail, good or bad, and want more?