Terry O’Neill heralded as the most famous on-set Bond photographer

On the release of the latest James Bond movie, focus is turned back to Terry O’Neill whom, throughout his career, photographed more Bond films than any other photographer. GQ Magazine goes on to say “What O’Neill was famous for was revealing the men behind the Bond myth – Connery goofing around on the set of Diamonds Are Forever (1971) for example, or Roger Moore in a bath robe dancing on a hotel bed with Madeline Smith as Miss Caruso on the set of Live And Let Die (1973). See all of Terry O’Neill’s James Bond images here.

Read more in GQ Magazine: Behind the scenes of Spectre

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