[glow=red,2,300]Rubber Soul Album Cover shot:[/glow]
Robert Freeman remembers that the photograph was taken in the garden of John’s ‘Kenwood’ house in Weybridge.
But, Mark Lewisohn and Piet Schreuder state that, it happened in deep in the woods beyond Bolder Mere Lakle, near the disused Wisley Airfield, in Old Lane, Hatchford End near Cobham. In that case, John’s house might have been the meeting point that autumn afternoon, because it was, as Freeman remembers, "a central point for three of them. Paul drove from London".
A few days later, the Beatles came together in the apartment of a friend, to chose the right picture. Robert Freeman projected a couple of slides on a album-sized piece of white cardboard. Suddenly the carton started to slide away and the distorted projection showed elongated faces. They liked the result and asked Robert if it was possible to print the photo in that way.