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A Bride by any other name | pixels on paper bridal portraits

Clawson Wedding, Meghann Roberts Bridal Portrait Photo

… is still as sweet and will always be the focus of her wedding day, at least for part of it. People will remember the dancing, the toasts, the goof-ups and sweet moments, but her entry happens one time and all eyes are on her. Maybe this is why bridal portraits are so important. You […]

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Madison’s NC Mountain Outdoor Bridal Photos

Madison Ball (Madi) married her sweetheart Preston Roberts 2 days ago. Yep! They are brand-spanking newlyweds! We’ll share those as soon as we can, but let’s start with Madi’s bridal portraits we took on May 27th in Glendale Springs and Jefferson, NC. Beautiful day, beautiful girl, beautiful gown – all of it was picture perfect. […]

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Kendra’s Outdoor Bridal portraits in a historic setting in North Wilkesboro NC

It’s wedding season, y’all. It’s wedding season, engagement portrait season, bridal portrait season …….. it’s summer! Here’s more proof: Sweet Kendra Green Bell married her beloved Nathan just last weekend on May 20th. We shot their fun engagement session at Piccione vineyard and these bridal portraits. She was as alive and glowing as the landscape […]

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Exposed Photography Retreat | Part 2

Last time, I blogged I wrote about a photography workshop and retreat I attended in late March and the pay-off was not only that I learned about natural light and how to manipulate it for photography shoots, but about how – through exercises, conversation and the community and sharing of other photographers – I had some […]

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the girl is the thing……

At weddings, the couple is the star, …. but that’s kind of “the party line.” Honestly, the bride – the girl/woman/goddess/angel really does soak up a whole lotta limelight and that’s a good thing. As we gear up for months of bridal portraits and weddings, we wanna celebrate brides. Happy faces, gorgeous gowns, smiles, tears, […]

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