Actors Alan Cumming, Elaine C Smith and Billy Boyd are to feature in a new photography exhibition.
The famous faces are among 18 portraits, taken by photographer KK Dundas, going on display next week at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery in Edinburgh.
All of the pictures in the Leading Lights exhibition are of former students of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, the country's leading school of music, dance and drama.
To mark its 60th anniversary in 2010, the Conservatoire commissioned Glasgow-based Mr Dundas, who specialises in theatre and portrait photography, to take portraits of past and present students from the school of drama.
Other highlights include pictures of actor Bill Paterson, comedienne Ruby Wax, Harry Potter actress Katie Leung and Colin Morgan, star of the BBC TV series Merlin.
The majority of works in the display, donated to the gallery by the photographer, are on show for the first time. Leading Lights opens on Monday and runs until March 3.
Christopher Baker, director of the Scottish National Portrait Gallery, said: "Leading Lights: Portraits by KK Dundas showcases a series of dramatic photographs of some the most brilliant actors and performers who studied at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.
"It builds on the Scottish National Portrait Gallery's ambition to celebrate the achievements of distinguished contemporary Scots, and to display the finest national and international photography."