On a cover assignment for Rock'n'Roll Magazine. This was to be one of many photo assignments with Rod going back for more than twenty years. Rod was in the recording studio when I shot this photo. He was reviewing some art work when I walked in. I had not seen Rod for years and I noticed that he did not recognize me. I did not want to push it because maybe he forgot all the tour shoots or maybe he was angry with a photo that he saw that he did not like. So I continued with the shoot. I used portable battery driven studio strobes. I set up the studio lighting and got things ready for the shoot. Still no acknowledgment. Fine, I thought to myself, it's just business. Shot for about an hour until he had to go back into the recording studio. As he left he turned to me, smiled, and said, 'What? You don't say hello? Forget old friends, do you?' We both laughed. -- Richard E. AaronPlus-X 125ASA 1/60sec. f/8 85mm. Studio strobe.
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