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In 1968, Elliott Landy was assigned by the Saturday Evening Post to shoot a cover image of Bob Dylan. At the time, Dylan was at the height of his fame, while Landy was a relatively unknown, but his work with The Band had been noticed by one of Dylan’s friends. The meeting spawned a friendship, yielded an album cover, and a left a series of intimate photos of the musician with his young family. Here, Dylan is captured on infrared film outside his home in Byrdcliffe, New York.