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 beachesĀ to explore and relax. Ryan and I love destination photo shoots, especially of families who’ve come from all over the state and country to our Blue Ridge Mountains and parkway, Blowing Rock, rolling Wilkes county, the high country, the Biltmore HouseĀ and elsewhere. Some are on vacation, some are at family reunions, others are couples getting engaged, but they all want portraits in this lush landscape that’s our backyard. Of course, we’re happy to oblige!

Hobens at the family vacation camp

Arnold family outdoor spring peach orchard photos by Pixels On Paper Portrait Photographers photos

Hoben family reunion on family property in Roaring Gap NC.

Charleston SC engagement portraits

The Picard family descended upon the NC Mountains to celebrate Easter together.

Pixels on Paper Photography outdoor portrait garden photo

The Ellis Family visits from Charlotte for portraits together.

McCoy Outdoor Family Portrait Photography near the Blue Ridge Parkway

Poland Outdoor Family Portrait Photography photo

The entire Poland family together during a rare occasion in Boone NC.

The Allen family on vacation at Chetola Resort in Blowing Rock NC.

pixels on paper charlotte nc outdoor family portrait photographers photo

Rogers Outdoor Family Portrait Photography in Charlotte NC

Pixels on Paper 3 Generations of Family in Linville NC Outdoor photo

The Perry family together for portraits at their vacation home in Grandfather Mountain Country Club.

Some families, like the Hobens who all met up in Roaring Gap last summer, have property they own and want portraits celebrating them in that place. Others are just traveling through for the summer fun in our area and choose a site or ask for our help (we’ve got tons of ideas) while they’re together, relaxed and enjoying the views. We also have families who live close by and summer break is the first opportunity they have to coordinate a portrait session. They come to our outdoor portrait garden or we meet them on the parkway or in a special location and go from there. One thing we hear – sadly too often – is that people regret not having more photos of the entire family together. So if you’ve been thinking about it, contact us. We’ll help get you started and you’ll have a summer 2017 memory or two to frame!

 

 

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