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|A few weeks ago (I know, I'm delinquent in posting), I had the pleasure of meeting baby Molly. Long time friends Eric & Liz, God bless there weary souls, drove up from Houston on a Sunday morning (5 hours), spent a couple hours with Kylie and I for Molly's first photo session, and then drove back to Houston. All in the same day. With a newborn. On minimal sleep. My vote for Parents of the Year has officially been cast.
Little Molly had a heart issue when she was born, so she had to spend her first couple weeks in the hospital, but she's doing much better now. She's such a sweet soul, and it was amazing - and a little sad - to see how much Saige has grown since she was that age. She was a GIANT compared to Molly.
Here are few of my favorites of this precious little girl as well as a few from 2005 at the end before Eric & Liz were married. Fun stuff!
|I had intended to shoot her within the frame, but she didn't quite fit, so we improvised and did something a little different. I think it turned out nicely.|
|Eric & Liz were one of the first couples I ever photographed 6 years ago. I really had next to no idea what I was doing from a technical perspective back then, but fortunately Liz & Eric were so easy-going and patient (and likely unaware I was crossing every finger I had that something ould turn out). I couldn't have asked for better
|Liz was also the very first bride I ever photographed. It's funny to look back at images from years past. I think I've been at least 4 different photographers over those 6 years, and even though the image below is a little over-processed for my current taste, there's something about it I like. Liz was such a beautiful bride.|
|Still one of my favorite images from her bridal session in '05. She has such killer eyes.|
|Saige is (unwillingly) in my photographer assistant internship program. Her aptitude and progress are a little, ahem, lacking so far, but give her another year and I have high hopes she'll be an awesome 30" reflector-holder.|