In this section, you may find information regarding glamour photographers and their work.
Also, some backstage of them working.
All around the 60s.
Serge Jacques was the master of French erotic photography throughout the ’50s and ’60s. Despite very rigid morality legislation, a multitude of so-called “charming” publications were born: Paris Hollywood, Venus, Paris Tabou, Enquêtes, Frou-frou , Régal, Sensations, adorned the Parisian kiosks although they were prohibited from display and consultation. This new market is carried by […]
Suze Randall (born 18 May 1946) is an English model, photographer, and pornographer. Randall was the first female staff photographer for both Playboy and Hustler. She is one of the early female porn film directors; she made Kiss and Tell in 1980. She is the president of the adult content website Suze Network. Life and […]
The Photo Studio That Immortalized Argentina’s Popular Culture During an era of political upheaval, a portrait session at Foto Estudio Luisita, run by sisters Luisa and Chela Escarria, was a rite of passage for actors, dancers, pioneering trans performers—and the occasional adorned dog. Foto Estudio Luisita opened its doors in Buenos Aires in 1958, after […]
Russell Gay (born c. 1916) was a British glamour photographer. He was known in the 1950s for his discovery of the model Sabrina. In 1957, Gay was described by Art and Photography magazine as “the UK’s top glamour photographer”. In the 1960s, under Mistral Films, Gay produced a series of low-budget films distributed on 8 mm, […]
George Harrison Marks (6 August 1926 – 27 June 1997) was an English glamour photographer and director of nudist, and later, pornographic films. Personal life Born in Tottenham, Middlesex in 1926, Marks was 17 when he married his first wife, Diana Bugsgang. He worked as a stand-up comedian in variety halls towards the end of […]
Linnea Eleanor “Bunny” Yeager (March 13, 1929 – May 25, 2014) was an American photographer and pin-up model. Early life and career Linnea Eleanor Yeager was born in the Pittsburgh suburb of Wilkinsburg, Pennsylvania, to Raymond Conrad and Linnea (née Sherlin) Yeager on March 13, 1929. Her family moved to Florida when she was 17. […]
Irving Klaw (November 9, 1910 – September 3, 1966), self-named the “Pin-up King”, was an influential American merchant of sexploitation, fetish, and Hollywood glamour pin-up photographs and films. Like his predecessor, Charles Guyette, a merchant of fetish-themed photographs, Klaw was not a photographer but a merchandiser of fetish art imagery and films. His great contribution […]