1 of 11 Sir Paul McCartney's two-year world tour has been captured on camera by photographer Bill Bernstein, who was allowed access to the star and his band.
2 of 11 The photographs capture rarely seen moments of Sir Paul and his band relaxing, along with his wife Heather.
3 of 11 The tour hit problems when Sir Paul lost his voice. Despite seeing a throat specialist, the singer had to cancel a gig in Sheffield.
4 of 11 He apologised to fans who had bought tickets for Sheffield, but he was back on form in time to resume the tour in Manchester.
5 of 11 Among the 45 images are some that provide a glimpse into Sir Paul's life away from the limelight, as he takes time out from his hectic travelling schedule.
6 of 11 Signed prints of the photographs on display will be sold to support the Adopt-a-Minefield charity, which counts Sir Paul and his wife among its principal campaigners.
7 of 11 Heather McCartney joined other fans in the audience to support her husband during a sell-out show.
8 of 11 But for some, watching one of their heroes performing live proved overwhelming.
9 of 11 In scenes reminiscent of Beatlemania, fans wept as Sir Paul made his entrance on stage.
10 of 11 The tour took Sir Paul to Russia, the US and Paris, where this picture was taken. His final live appearance was at a rain-soaked Glastonbury Festival in June 2004.
11 of 11 A collection of Bernstein's images are going on display at the Proud Camden gallery, alongside the release of a collaborative book entitled Each One Believing: Onstage, Off Stage and Backstage. The Sony Ericsson exhibition runs from 5-27 November.