EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND - JULY 01:  Renowned Scottish photographer Harry Benson looks at his new photographic portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II which was commissioned by, and unveiled at, the Scottish National Portrait Gallery on July 1, 2014 in Edinburgh, Scotland.  The portrait depicts Her Majesty in the private study at Buckingham Palace where she holds her weekly audience with her prime ministers: Her Majesty wears a gold and diamond brooch featuring thistles, Scotland's national emblem.Born in Glasgow, Harry Benson moved early in his career to the competitive world of Fleet Street newspapers, working first for the Daily Sketch and the Daily Express. He then took photographs for LIFE Magazine and Vanity Fair. His reputation was secured 50 years ago when he created a seminal series of photographs of The Beatles on their first international tour. He has photographed every American president since Eisenhower and has created some truly iconic images, including the famous photograph of the Reagans dancing at the White House. A hugely successful retrospective of his work was held at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery in 2006.  (Photo by Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert/Getty Images)