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A message from Anonymous
How do you tag beatles photos? Like I saw that you tagged beatles on that last photo set, but when it's a photo of a Beatle by themselves WHILE they were a Beatle, you only tag their name and not the band.

Well, I only tag ‘The Beatles’ on photos of all four of the boys or at least two. If it’s one of the boys alone, I tag their name like you said. If it’s during filming of one of their films or recording of an album or something having to do with the band in total and it’s just one of the boys, I tag ‘The Beatles’ too. Sounds confusing, I know, but this method just works for me.
~Olive

Richard Hamilton and Paul McCartney in Hamilton’s studio while he worked on what would be the free poster included on The Beatles simply named and covered album, The Beatles, also dubbed as The White Album. 1968.

March 24, 1969While on their honeymoon in Paris, John Lennon and Yoko Ono had lunch with the artist Salvador Dali.

March 24, 1969

While on their honeymoon in Paris, John Lennon and Yoko Ono had lunch with the artist Salvador Dali.

The Beatles on a break from filming A Hard Day’s Night. 1964.

The Beatles on a break from filming A Hard Day’s Night. 1964.

Walk in the Wilderness.Staying at a friend’s house in Ellenville near Woodstock, NY in the Fall 1974. John and I decided to take a walk on the trail with their dogs Delilah and Shazam.” -May PangPhotographer: May Pang

Walk in the Wilderness.

Staying at a friend’s house in Ellenville near Woodstock, NY in the Fall 1974. John and I decided to take a walk on the trail with their dogs Delilah and Shazam.” -May Pang

Photographer: May Pang

Paul McCartney and his old English sheep dog, Martha, in the astrodome that was located at the bottom of his garden at Cavendish. 1969.Photographer: Barry Lategan

Paul McCartney and his old English sheep dog, Martha, in the astrodome that was located at the bottom of his garden at Cavendish. 1969.

Photographer: Barry Lategan

"Working class hero: a previously unseen photo of John Lennon, circa late 40s, inscribed in the youngster’s own handwriting on the reverse as "Me at Fleetwood the year I lost my trunks in Mr. Shipways garden." The photo estimated between £1500-£2200, fetched £2200.”

"Working class hero: a previously unseen photo of John Lennon, circa late 40s, inscribed in the youngster’s own handwriting on the reverse as "Me at Fleetwood the year I lost my trunks in Mr. Shipways garden." The photo estimated between £1500-£2200, fetched £2200.”

Linda McCartney. 1967.
Photographer: Jim Morrison
From  “SIXTIES, Portrait of an Era” by Linda McCartney

Linda McCartney. 1967.

Photographer: Jim Morrison

From  “SIXTIES, Portrait of an Era” by Linda McCartney

Paul McCartney. London. 1969.

Photographer: Linda McCartney

A Hard Day’s Night. 1964.

A Hard Day’s Night. 1964.