An army photographer who has served three tours in Afghanistan has become the first to be specifically attached to Welsh regiments.
Corporal Barry Lloyd has won several awards for his photos and is now based in the Brecon Beacons with 160 Brigade.
Lloyd says his aim is to capture the "human side of soldiers".
His first tour to Afghanistan was in 2010 on patrol with the Royal Welsh. There he met one of the most photographed men in the world, David Beckham, when the football star was visiting the troops at Camp Bastion.
– Corporal Barry Lloyd
Taking pictures of guys in combat is all good and well, but I like to reinforce the idea that these are also human beings. They get tired and hungry like anyone else. It's humanity at its greatest and darkest.
Lloyd is now based in Brecon and he's likely to follow the Queens Dragoon guards to Afghanistan later this year.
You can have a look at some more of his photographs in this report by Alexandra Lodge: