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Luxury photographer scoops three awards for pet portraits

PUBLISHED: 09:10 17 October 2018 | UPDATED: 11:01 17 October 2018

Dixie the dog, by Lisa North Photography.

Dixie the dog, by Lisa North Photography.

Lisa North Photography

A luxury photographer has won three accolades at a midlands awards ceremony for her pet portraits.

Nellie the dog, by Lisa North Photography.Nellie the dog, by Lisa North Photography.

Lisa North, of Lisa North Photography, in Harleston, claimed three Merit Awards in the Pet Portrait category of the Master Photography Awards 2018 at Hinckley Island on October 7.

More than 2,000 entries from working professionals were submitted to a panel of judges.

Ms North said: “A great weekend celebrating with friends at the Gala dinner, and seeing all the winning images displayed for everyone there to see.”

The photographer also captures weddings, family portraits, and horses.

Kita the dog, by Lisa North PhotographyKita the dog, by Lisa North Photography

A post on her website said: “I’m passionate about celebrating professional photography as an art form: it transforms lives. Looking back at photographs gives us the gift of seeing ourselves and loved ones at special times and everything in between.”

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