What the Photographer Saw – Alan Duncan

A nude photo of Pamela Green

Alan Duncan, a press photographer who ran an evening class at the Camera Club, was one of the first professional photographers to capture Pamela Green in the nude. This beautifully lit photograph, featuring deep tones and a lightly oiled body, emerged from their initial session in 1948. This particular print held significant importance as it played a crucial role in bolstering Pamela’s early portfolio. The image subsequently found its place in the article “What the Photographer Saw,” alternatively known as “Six Looks in a Viewfinder at Pamela Green,” that Lilliput published in September-October 1952.

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