In 1966, Linda Eastman hosted a very unique promotion for the Rolling Stones on a yacht on the Hudson River during a short stay at the receptionist in Urban and Rural magazines. With the fresh, candid photo of the band's official photographer, Linda is far superior to the official photo taken by the band's official photographer, and Linda has ensured her name as a rock and roll photographer. Two years later, in May 1968, she entered the record book as the first female photographer, and her work appeared on the cover of Rolling Stone with her portrait Eric Clapton's work. She continued to photograph many of the most important musicians of rock, including Aretha Franklin, Jimmy Hendrix, Bob Dylan, Janis Joplin, Simon and Garfunkel, who, the door, and the grateful dead.

In 1967, Linda traveled to London to record "Swinging the Sixties". She met Paul McCartney at the Bag'O Nails club and then photographed the Beatles at the Sergeant's launch. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club album. Paul and Linda fell in love and married on March 12, 1969. In the next thirty years, until she died unfortunately, she devoted herself to family, vegetarianism, animal rights and photography.

From her early rock portraits to the last few years of the Beatles, to raising four children with Paul, Linda captured her entire world in the movie. She ranges from spontaneous family photos to Stevie Wonder and Michael Jackson's studio meetings, as well as encounters with artists Willem de Kooning and Gilbert and George. Her work is always humble and fresh, showing warmth and feeling in precise moments, capturing the essence of any theme. Whether it is shooting her children, celebrities, animals, or short-lived moments of everyday life, she does so without conceit or spirit.
This review is a long-lasting and profound personal proof of Linda's talents, working closely with the McCartney family, Paul, Stella and Mary McCartney's foreword.