Henry Diltz

Morrison Hotel Gallery

Guest

Music photographer and owner of the Morrison Hotel Gallery.

Henry Diltz on KCRW

Diltz was the official photographer for historic concerts like Woodstock and Monterey Pop. He tells how he captured the iconic cover image of the Doors' album "Morrison Hotel."

Doors and Woodstock photographer Henry Diltz’s 'accidental' journey to fame

Diltz was the official photographer for historic concerts like Woodstock and Monterey Pop. He tells how he captured the iconic cover image of the Doors' album "Morrison Hotel."

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