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There’s a quality that great photographers possess, and Lyndel Yeo has it. She connects with her subjects; she brings the best out of them. While great photography and that particular talent aren’t extricably linked it’s a combination that means the resulting photos go beyond being just technically sound.

In this particular series Yeo photographed Taylah Verney – who you may remember from our own double-knot hairstyle how-to series – to beautiful effect.

Taylah Verney by Lyndel Yeo & Daniel Jackson

Click the thumbnails for full pictures:
Taylah Verney by Lyndel Yeo & Daniel Jackson
Taylah Verney by Lyndel Yeo & Daniel Jackson
Taylah Verney by Lyndel Yeo & Daniel Jackson
Taylah Verney by Lyndel Yeo & Daniel Jackson
Taylah Verney by Lyndel Yeo & Daniel Jackson
Taylah Verney by Lyndel Yeo & Daniel Jackson
Taylah Verney by Lyndel Yeo & Daniel Jackson
Taylah Verney by Lyndel Yeo & Daniel Jackson
Taylah Verney by Lyndel Yeo & Daniel Jackson
Taylah Verney by Lyndel Yeo & Daniel Jackson

Lyndel Yeo and her partner at 35mm, Daniel Jackson, photographed the shoot which features clothing by Everlayne and jewellery by Damselfly. Click on the gallery below to view more.

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