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Daniel Kramer’s Year With Bob Dylan

Daniel Kramer’s Year With Bob Dylan


For six months in 1964, the photojournalist Daniel Kramer, who died at 91 on April 29, dialed the workplace of Bob Dylan’s manager, Albert Grossman, to ask if he may {photograph} Mr. Dylan, a rising star on the time. Finally, Mr. Grossman stated sure.

What was meant to be a one-hour shoot changed into a five-hour shoot, which changed into a 366-day photographic odyssey during which Mr. Kramer was granted unequalled entry to Mr. Dylan. He captured uncommon behind-the-scenes photos of the artist at house, on tour and at recording periods.

Mr. Kramer’s photos have been quickly popping up in publications all over the world. He additionally shot cowl images for 2 of Mr. Dylan’s best-known albums.

Here is a take a look at a few of these photos.

Away from the stage, Mr. Kramer managed to seize Mr. Dylan in uncommon moments of downtime. Rolling Stone journal as soon as described him as “the photographer most intently related to Bob Dylan.”

Before his picture shoot with Mr. Dylan, Mr. Kramer was a younger Brooklynite making an attempt to carve out a profession as a contract photographer. He went on to shoot portraits of luminaries, all the time sustaining his skill to attach with them on an intimate degree.

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