(CBS/AP) Barry Feinstein, whose photographs captured rock's golden age, died at the age of 80. His notable works include Bob Dylan's "The Times They Are A-Changin'" album cover and George Harrison sitting among garden gnomes on his solo album, "All Things Must Pass."
Feinstein's agent, Dave Brolan, says the Woodstock, N.Y., resident died early Oct. 20. He had been hospitalized with an infection. Brolan told BBC that the photographer was a "lovely man and a real talent."
Feinstein had a varied career that ranged from shooting Hollywood stars like Judy Garland to top rock stars of the 1960s and 1970s. According to the BBC, he was also the on-set photographer for Steve McQueen's film "Bullitt."
More of Feinstein's work is displayed on his official website. He is survived by wife Judith Jamieson and two children from previous marriages.