I'm still going through my old prints from about fifty years ago. I don't have the negatives, so I've been photographing them to get them into the computer.
And there are a few surprising finds, pictures I'd forgotten about, like these three of Roz Kelly. I probably shot these around 1966. Roz had recently arrived in New York and was working as a photographer, while trying to get into show business. She was then trying to get into an off-Broadway production.
We were both hanging out with the same crowd and one day I asked her if she'd pose for me in my studio. These photos are the result.
Note: Roz is actually my second Kelly. Gene Kelly is here
Some technical notes: The original pictures were shot with either Canonflex R single lens reflex cameras or Canon Model P rangefinder cameras. The film was most likely Tri-X or Plus-X, developed in UFG. The prints were photographed with a Sony DSC-R1 camera and post processing was done with LightZone 3.