Real Moments - Bob Dylan by Barry Feinstein
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Barry Feinstein has photographed two American Presidents, Kennedy and Nixon, and his award-winning work has appeared in Life, Time, Esquire and Newsweek as well as on the covers of over 500 albums - including George Harrison's All Things Must Pass and Janis Joplin's Pearl.

A good friend of Steve McQueen, Feinstein first made his name in Hollywood photographing stars like Marlene Dietrich and Charlton Heston for Columbia Pictures. Albert Grossman introduced him to Bob Dylan, who he was then asked to photograph. The resulting portrait became the cover of the 1964 album The Times They Are A-Changin'.

Working for Life magazine, he was the only photographer invited to accompany Bob Dylan on his legendary 1966 European tour. It was another eight years before Dylan next took to the road but, in 1974, Barry Feinstein was once again the only photographer to travel with him.

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