Vorstenhuizen. Het koningshuis van Engeland. Koning George V en koningin Mary lopen met hun gevolg over een loper in een stoet tijdens de kroningsplechtigheid in Dehli. 1912. India. (1912)
Ernest Brooks (23 February 1878 — after 1936) was a British photographer, best known for his war photography from the First World War. He was the first official photographer to be appointed by the British military, and produced several thousand images between 1915 and 1918, more than a tenth of all British official photographs taken during the war. His work was often relatively posed and formal, but several of his less conventional images are marked by a distinctive use of silhouette. Before and immediately after the war he worked as an official photographer to the Royal Family, but was dismissed from this appointment and stripped of his official honours in 1925.