Tag Archives: Children Portrait Photography

our children – photos of the 21st century community in the making

We don’t preach politics from this blog. We don’t preach, period. Our core values, we hope, show up in our work and the way we live our lives. Even if we weren’t parents, the loss of the lives of children is a heartbreak like no other. I cannot imagine racing to a schoolyard with Ryan […]

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Dreams of Blooms – Orchard Photography

Arnold family outdoor spring 2016 peach orchard photos

It’s January. It’s as cold as a well-digger’s bootie and we’ve gotten snow and experienced unseasonable – some southerners would say unreasonable – temps. But it IS winter after all. While I’m home with sweet Finley, every day is an adventure, but the seasons don’t stop, and as any hard-working meteorologist will tell you, neither […]

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sawyer’s first birthday portraits and cake smash photos at Pixels On Paper portrait studio

If you feel like the clock is doing that Salvador Dali thing of melting slooooooowly, … first, I admire your knowledge of surrealism. Secondly, though, it’s not slowly melting. It’s moving faster than any of us can comprehend. I get it: 7 days a week, 60 seconds in a minute, 24 hours a day and […]

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dapper young lad hits the orchard for his close-up(s)

Tevepaugh Outdoor Family Portrait Photography photo

We love the orchards and spring means orchard photography sessions. On their own, the trees and land areĀ gorgeous with blossoms and again later when the trees are overcome with fruit. But they’re even better when populated with a ridiculously perfect kiddo likeĀ Conner Tevepaugh. He’s fresh and delicious all year, but we love him in this […]

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Christmas Portraits are booking now at the Pixels on Paper studio

Pixels on Paper Holiday Portrait session photo

It’s the most wonderful time of the year ….. to check stuff off of your never-ending To Do List. Believe me, we get it. We run a business, we’re married, we have family we want to plan holidays around, we have hobbies and community work we care about and suddenly October has moved to Thanksgiving. […]

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