GB: There was a time when the musician would choose the photographer, and they would sit down and figure out what kind of image they wanted for their album cover, then they would go out and shoot it and give it to the studio. And later it became about the packaging - the studios had a formula, and they would just package and repackage. And that's when it became a lot less interesting to the photographers and to the musicians. But at one time, it was amazing. Henry Diltz was friends with Crosby, Stills and Nash, and they hung out together. They'd go off camping, and then at sunrise Diltz would say, "Okay, guys, let's take a picture now!"