Winston-Salem photographers document ‘preemie’ baby’s amazing progress with time-lapse video

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FORSYTH COUNTY, N.C. — A time-lapse video produced by photographers in Forsyth County documents the incredible progress of a premature baby, according to the Daily Mail.

Deneen Bryan founded Capturing Hopes Photography, an organization that takes free photos of “preemie” babies for families that may not be able to afford to take their own photographs.

Walker Pruett was just 1 pound and 3 ounces when he was born. Capturing Hopes created a time-lapse video of his first 100 days.

Watch the video to see Pruett go from being hooked up to machines after birth to being released from the hospital.

Capturing Hopes also documented photos of Adilynn Renee, who was born the size of a cell phone. Renee was called one of the tiniest babies ever born at Forsyth Medical Center.

Bryan lost her baby daughter when she was just six months old and now wants to use photography to help parents of premature babies.

Read more: Capturing Hopes Photography


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