Following his death, Paul McCartney created the cover photographer of the Beatles album, Robert Freeman, appreciated.
The Snapper & # 39; s The offense was announced on Friday (November 08, 1919) via the Beatles' Twitter account without further details, and McCartney quickly published a statement in which he described his deceased friend as " resourceful and a true original thinker, "designated Beatles are on cover versions of albums like Rubber Soul and Help! and in his tribute, McCartney recalled the shoot for With the Beatles: "People often think that the cover for Meet the Beatles in our half-shadowed forehead was a carefully arranged studio shot, in fact it was written by Robert in the corridor of a hotel where we lived where natural light came from the windows at the end of the corridor, "he writes. "I think it did not take more than half an hour to make it."
He adds, "He was one of our favorite photographers during the Beatles years, producing some of our most legendary album covers. As a great professional, he was resourceful and a true original thinker.
" Bob also accepted the Rubber Soul Cover; He usually used a slide projector and projected the photos he took onto a piece of white cardboard exactly the size of an album. In this way we could get an accurate idea of what the finished product would look like. During his viewing session, the card placed on a small table fell back, giving the photograph a stretched look. Instead of just rebuilding the map, we were excited about the idea of this new version of his photography.
"He assured us that it was possible to print them that way, and because the album was titled Rubber Soul we felt that the picture was a perfect fit.
" I'm going to do this but I will always keep the beautiful memories I have of him. "