Monthly Archives: October 2015

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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a late summer wedding that captures the setting, the details and the romance

Any wedding planner, wedding photographer, wedding magazine editor or veteran wedding attendee has a list of elements they feel make a wedding sublime. The invitations, the setting, the music, the food, the personal touches and now the many ways to share the day via social media. We love the details as far as the ceremony and reception go (we […]

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beautiful wedding, beautiful day, beautiful beginning ….

Wedding photography by Pixels On Paper, NC Portrait Photographer photo

“The best moment of the day was when we were pronounced husband and wife as Mr. & Mrs. Nathan Williams. This put all of the hours of preparation and prayer into perspective that we are finally one.” Let’s back up, though. We photographed Kendall Williams – nee Shepherd – for her bridal portraits in the […]

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a bridal portrait session in the greens of mother nature

Truly, we live with mysteries too marvelous   to be understood. How grass can be nourishing in the    mouths of the lambs. How rivers and stones are forever   in allegiance with gravity     while we ourselves dream of rising. How two hands touch and the bonds will   never be broken….* Bride-to-be, Kendall Shephard, […]

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pixels 10th anniversary ~ an accomplishment celebrated with gratitude, a big party, reflection & magic

pixels on paper 10th anniversary party wilkesboro nc photo

Being married AND being in business together is hard work. It’s a balance of being a wife and husband and being bosses. Trying to maintain a household and a relationship while growing a business adds an enormous amount of pressure and stress. Because of this, we felt that 10 years was an even bigger accomplishment […]

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