Tag Archives: Newborn Photography

Fatherhood ~ portraits and musings

A few weeks ago, I wrote a bit about adjusting to all the new things that have been a part of becoming a new mom. There are many. Finley has brought us more of a sense of unconditional love, more reminders about life’s greatest joys, reminders of our core values, more exhaustion and a greater […]

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pixels on paper’s favorite newborn portraits (well some of them)

Madelyn McGuire Newborn Photography by Pixels On Paper Portrait Photography photo

Dr. Seuss would have been 112 years old on March 2 and “Oh, The Places You’ll Go” remains one of the most given books to kids of all ages. When we looked over the newborn photos we’ve taken to chose our favorites, I kept thinking about their perfect faces. The world hasn’t happened to them yet and […]

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8 month old’s studio baby portraits + a little “dress up”

We photographed Madelyn’s (well, Maddie’s) newborn portraits earlier this year and somehow she’s managed to get cuter, her expressions more animated, her eyes more blue and her parents, Valerie and Jason, more delighted. In fact, they should probably just keep us on retainer. Her newborn session was a complete joy, because she’s just so perfect. I […]

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conner tevepaugh – a summer peach turns 6 months and works the orchard with zeal

SUMMER, SUMMER, SUMMER, SUMMER! While it’s almost officially the end of summer (like it or love it), we took Conner Tevepaugh’s 6 month portraits in July of this year at his family’s orchard. [For those who follow this blog closely, and we hope you all are!!], Conner’s newborn pictures were captured at our outdoor studio in […]

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acre upon acre ~ the mathis farm welcomes a new member

Pixels on Paper Family Portrait Photography, Newborn Photographer, NC Outdoor Family Photographers, Farm Family Portraits photo

“The soil is the great connector of lives, the source and destination of all. It is the healer and restorer and resurrector, by which disease passes into health, age into youth, death into life. Without proper care for it we can have no community, because without proper care for it we can have no life.” […]

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