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Bob Seidemann, Who Shot Iconic Images Of Janis Joplin And The Grateful Dead, Has Died At 75

Seidemann was taking photos of his friends, and that led, and his skill, led to his fame. "The graphics of the era were framed by the photos Bob took.... He gave a regal purity to hippies like the Grateful Dead. He made it look natural. They weren’t posing."
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