A series of photographs starring victims scarred by acid attacks in India have been released as part of a charity's work to highlight the problem.
Photographer Rahul Saharan has worked with the Stop Acid Attacks campaign group for two years, and met the girls at its treatment and rehabilitation centre, Chhanv, in Delhi.
He told ITV News he was inspired by their stories to help promote the work of the charity, and to inspire victims into being confident when going out in public, rather than staying at home out of shame.
Among the five girls used as models is Ritu, who had acid thrown at her by two men on a passing motorbike as part of a property dispute.
Rupa was attacked in 2008 on the order of her stepmother. She wants to become a clothing designer and employ other victims - and she even designed the clothes used in the shoot.
And Laxmi was pinned down and had acid thrown on her for spurning the advances of an older man seven years ago, and she launched a campaign for a change in the law to recognise acid attacks.
Stop Acid Attacks says there are countless other examples of girls suffering such violence in the country, and Saharan said he hopes his photographs will help remove some of the stigma from girls who have been targeted.