British National Committee for High Speed Photography
The British National Committee for High Speed Photography was formed to coordinate British work on the subject and to liase with overseas interests. The first International Conference on High Speed Photography had been held in 1952.
Im 1960 George (G.H.) Lunn became Honorary Secretary of the Committee, after speaking at their Spring Conference at the start of the same year.
In 1966 the British National Commitee became the Association for High Speed Photography to widen membership.