Welsh photographer and cameraman Ron Davies has died. Born in Aberaeron in 1921 Ron worked for ITV in Wales during a long career behind the lens.
After joining the RAF as an instrument technician mainly on Spitfires, he was later seconded to a photographic unit and became an accredited war photographer covering the Far East War Trials.
A motorcycle accident in Sept 1950 left him paralysed and confined to a wheelchair. On his discharge he went home and resumed his career as a photographer.
As a press photographer he first worked for the Welsh language paper Y Cymro. The advent of ITV in Wales saw him send some trial films in and he was asked him to do more work by the company - the start of his second career as a freelance cameraman.
He later became a part-time lecturer in photography and was described as an "inspirational teacher " in his third career.
Renowned for his portraits and landscapes he has had several exhibitions. A major one in the National Library of Wales in Aberystwyth for his 80th birthday.
He was honoured by Gorsedd y Beirdd and was awarded an OBE.
A photographer has spent a year travelling around the beautiful Welsh coastline taking snaps of our manufacturing landscapes.
Using a specialist technique, Roger Tiley's able to use lights to pick out key parts of the photo he wants to highlight.
He's making the final touches to an exhibition of his work and we sent David Wood along to see some of it.
Wales' industrial coast-scape comes under the spotlight in a new touring exhibition.
Photographer Roger Tiley was commissioned by the Arts Council of Wales to carry out the work, which took a year to produce.
The exhibition features photographs from various locations from the Severn Bridge to the Dee Estuary.
'The Manufactured Coast-scape' tour starts at the Cynon Valley Museum & Art Gallery on Saturday.