His photographs featured athletic models, usually nude in studio poses and often with taxidermy or religious statues as props. Angela Rippon, 74, reveals 'highly respected' male colleague This s studio sold black and white photographs, color slides, 8mm and 16mm films, often of single models in outdoor settings. The studio, also known as RIP, sold black and white catalogs and photographs by mail. Rarely published, Dan Raymond photographed models almost exclusively in his Silver Lake home and backyard. Now we will strive even harder to make our photos conform to the highest moral standards and cultural values A chance encounter with a bodybuilder, who was the model for a life-drawing class, presented Juleff with his first physique model.
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In the s, Wyman enlisted in the Army, with service in Vietnam. However, demand for more explicit images and raids by the police in and , resulting in the seizure of his equipment and mailing lists, led Roberts to quit the business by Bill Green started as a photographer, contributing to the bodybuilding and physique magazines of the period. Hill and others from his gym wanted photographs of themselves to sell at bodybuilding competitions. Arax of Paris undated Physical Description: Athletic Model Guild , Bob Jensen. The precursor to Capital Studio in the s and s, photographer Anthony Guyther sold color slides and black and white photographic prints by mail, in addition to his book, Photographing Physiques of Vulcan Studio.
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James Sobolski Studio circa Physical Description: Herzekiah Andrew Shanu. With his attention drawn towards the store, Brentwood's production dwindled to only a few short films per year. Cal Fitness Santa Monica, California Tuesday, August 28, Unknown Model. Brian partnered with Bob Damron and others to establish Calafran, a studio intended to specialize in nude male photography.
Kurt Deitrick Seal Beach, California Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Sidney served as editor of Brawn magazine, which published three issues in and , then ceased publishing by July Edwards' home was raided by police, who confiscated all his photographic equipment, most of his film, and his mail-order lists. His only published credit was in the August issue of Numbers magazine.