Bunny Yeager looks like she’s the one getting photographed instead of being the photographer here!
It was in the early 1950s when Yeager, then a successful pin-up model, decided to become a photographer. In 1953, she was dubbed the “Prettiest Photographer in the World” by the US Camera magazine. Yeager’s work appeared in various men’s magazines, as well as in her own books on photography. Among her most popular subjects were Playboy models Bettie Page and Lisa Winters, and Ursula Andress, the “Bond girl” of the first James Bond film “Dr. No” in 1962. Meanwhile, Yeager herself had a small role in the 1968 movie, “Lady in Cement.”