A session with Max and Lyra

If any of you follow me on Facebook you will know that I recently ran a competition to celebrate Kelly Hermitage Photography’s 2nd birthday. There were lots of entries but unfortunately there could only be two winners. The first of these winners was Gemma and with Gemma came Max and Lyra. The bond between these two was obvious from the moment they walked in to the studio. Now anyone that knows me will know that I love capturing the special bond between siblings. Maybe it is because capturing images of my two munchkins together is a hard task (photographers child syndrome x2 is near on impossible) so capturing those cheeky smiles and bear hug cuddles for other parents is important to me. Max and Lyra were perfect models during their session and listened to my instructions brilliantly. Max even helped me with my session plan to ensure that I hadn’t missed any must have poses. We managed to get a gallery of stunning images for their Mum to choose from and she chose my favourite image to be printed as her competition win print (the image below of Max and Lyra laying together). Picking a few favourites to share with you was not an easy task but as I can’t share them all here is a small selection of images from the session.

BlogBoard-13 Max and Lyra Fb

Kelly Hermitage Photography is based in Woodford, Northamptonshire. Offering Newborn art and beautiful portrait’s of children up to 5 years old. If you would like more information on sessions at Kelly Hermitage Photography then please have a look at my website www.kellyhermitagephotography.com You can also find a selection of my latest work on my Facebook page: Kelly Hermitage Photography.

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