In my all-time favorite OpLove session, a mid-deployment one, I worked to capture photos of a newborn girl whose dad had not met her yet. We wrapped the newborn in the fatigues of her grandfather and used the flag that shrouded his coffin in the background; I later heard that the photo moved dad to tears when he received it.
In my all-time favorite OpLove session, a mid-deployment one, I worked to capture photos of a newborn girl whose dad had not met her yet. We wrapped the newborn in the fatigues of her grandfather and used the flag that shrouded his coffin in the background; I later heard that the photo moved dad to tears when he received it. BRIAN HUEY Huey Images
In my all-time favorite OpLove session, a mid-deployment one, I worked to capture photos of a newborn girl whose dad had not met her yet. We wrapped the newborn in the fatigues of her grandfather and used the flag that shrouded his coffin in the background; I later heard that the photo moved dad to tears when he received it. BRIAN HUEY Huey Images

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Brian Huey: I use my camera to support the troops

October 16, 2015 5:39 AM

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