Category Archives: Outdoor / Location

A Leatherwood Mountain Resort Outdoor Wedding for a Princess and Her Engineer

Katie Vance loves Disney Princesses and Patrick Carlson is a computer engineer and self proclaimed geek. Together they are absolutely perfect for each other and their wedding was perfect too. Perfect location, perfect weather, lots of sentiment and love, laughter and tears. It’s what you hope for when you decide not to elope. From the tiaras and […]

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Outdoor Photo Shoots – It’s About Location

Pixels On Paper Senior Photography Portraits Wilkesboro Boone Blowing Rock Charlotte Photographers Photo

In my recent blog about summer photos, I mentioned that you don’t have to be getting married to plan a photo session with us during this gorgeous time of year. Although….. look at these two below. Pretty fab standing in the Church of Mother Nature. Potential outdoor shots are practically everywhere. The Blue Ridge Parkway, […]

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5 Years of the Pixels Studio | A Tale of 3 Places (and dozens of stories)

This is where it all began. Not our business certainly, but the journey of the Pixels studio and the place we lay our heads each night. This place has three stories, if you will. One of them is ours. This home is our shelter and houses our personal lives and our day-to-day, holds many memories, celebrations and even more sweet, albeit mundane […]

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Family Vacation | destination photos

There’s a reason why the baseball team in Asheville, NC is called the Tourists. North Carolina, from pretty much west to east, is a gorgeous part of the world. So every year, families from all over head to the mountains, piedmont and beaches to explore and relax. Ryan and I love destination photo shoots, especially of […]

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spring | such small hands

Tevepaugh Outdoor Family Portrait Photography photo

Spring in Australia begins in September and ends in November. In India, spring runs from mid February to mid April. Summer and winter are essentially the only seasons in Iceland – although both are relatively mild. It’s seasonally spring year round in Uganda – with alternately wet and dry seasons. And Scotland’s warmest months for the entire year are July […]

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