Cyril Cave, the award-winning BBC cameraman who captured one of the enduring images of the Troubles, has died at the age of 91.
In Londonderry on Bloody Sunday in January 1972, he filmed a priest waving a blood-stained handkerchief as a dying man was carried along a street.
The injured man was Jackie Duddy, one of 13 civilians killed when soldiers opened fire on a civil rights march.
The priest was Father Edward Daly, who became the Bishop of Derry.
Mr Cave won multiple Royal Television Society awards and was a highly respected cameraman during the Troubles.
Writing about the BBC News cameramen who worked during that period, Robin Walsh, the corporation’s Northern Ireland news editor in the 1970s, said Mr Cave was courageous in what he did.