Royals Through the Lens of the Queen’s Photographer

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The Royal Family Channel published this video item, entitled “Royals Through the Lens of the Queen’s Photographer” – below is their description.

‘Photographing the Royal Family: Behind the Scenes with Official Royal Photographer Chris Jackson’

Official Royal Photographer Chris Jackson takes us behind the scenes on a Royal Family photoshoot, and reveals what it’s like to work so closely with one of the world’s most iconic families.

Chris has worked with the Royal Family for over 20 years and has travelled to over 100 countries with them. This Royal photographer was behind the lens at major Royal events and has taken several of the images that will forever live on in the Royal archive.

We go behind the scenes at some of Chris’s favourite snaps – from the Queen and Prince Philip feeding a naughty elephant a banana, to solemn image of the pair remembering those who died for the nation – and hear some hilarious tales about how he took them.

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Chapters:

0:00 Chris Jackson, Royal Photographer

1:31 Working with the Royal Family

3:10 Behind the scenes on Royal shoots

4:34 Behind Chris’s favourite photos

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