Veteran BBC natural history presenter Sir David Attenborough last night received the Progress Medal at the Royal Photographic Society's (RPS) annual awards ceremony in central London.rnrnPicture: Sir David Attenborough (centre) with RPS president Dr Barry Senior (left) and TV presenter Adam Hart-Davis who hosted the awards last night rnPicture credit: Nick Scott

Veteran BBC natural history presenter Sir David Attenborough last night received the Progress Medal at the Royal Photographic Society’s (RPS) annual awards ceremony in central London.

Sir David was also awarded an RPS Honorary Fellowship at the presentation, held at The Royal Institute of British Architects.

The RPS Awards aim to recognise those who have made an ‘outstanding contributions to the art and science of photography.’

This year’s winners included Chris Steele-Perkins who was awarded the Terence Donovan Award and Martin Parr, who won this year’s Centenary Medal.

Joe Cornish, John Chillingworth and Ben Osborne were among those to win Honorary Fellowships.

Picture: Sir David Attenborough (centre) with RPS president Dr Barry Senior (left) and TV presenter Adam Hart-Davis who hosted the awards in London last night

Picture credit: Nick Scott

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