An award-winning photographer who served The Herald for 20 years has died.

Harry Turner, 82, died peacefully at his home in West Kilbride on Tuesday after suffering from an illness.

He joined The Herald and Sunday Standard in 1983 and won a number of awards, including Sports Photographer of the Year and Best Picture of the Year in 1988 for his coverage of the Barlinnie Prison riot.

Earlier, Mr Turner ran Papingo coffee bar and jazz basement in Hillhead, Glasgow, in the 1950s before moving to France for a number of years.

When he returned to Scotland, his interest in photography ignited with the opening of Turner and Raleigh colour studios in Great Western Road, the first of their kind in the city.

After retiring from life behind the lens, Mr Turner returned to France but eventually settled back in Scotland, where he indulged in his love of sailing.

Mr Turner is survived by his wife Pauline, four children – including Marc, a photographer with the Herald and Times Group – and 11 grandchildren.