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Allen Family outdoor portrait photography in West Jefferson NC

I defy you to look through these photos of the Allen family without smiling. It’s not possible. Lauren and Patrick (PA) Allen’s family has increased since we photographed their wedding, June 28th, 2014 at Lauren’s Dad’s Big Red Barn in West Jefferson NC. They’re now a family of 5, which includes PA’s older daughter who […]

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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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spotlight: our own outdoor portrait garden

Meade Outdoor Family Portrait Photography photo

One of the greatest pleasures of owning a century old home and the land surrounding it is the maintenance. Maybe not. One of the great pleasures of living where we do is that we were able to turn this place into whatever we wanted. We knew when we first began searching for a studio location that […]

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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 are 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 like Conner Tevepaugh. He’s fresh and delicious all year, but we love him in this […]

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an orchard photo session with a young sister & brother

NC Mountain Outdoor Family Portrait Photos by Pixels On Paper Photographers photo

“Everything great that ever happened in this world happened first in somebody’s imagination.” – Astrid Lindgren (author of Pippi Longstocking) True. So, we ask you: What on earth was happening in her imagination when we took this photo? Usually, we’d give our kingdom to know, but in this case, it’s counter to the mystery and […]

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