Monthly Archives: November 2015

Mr. & Mrs. Shumate ~ a wedding of authenticity, beauty, intimacy and family

Cannon/Shumate Pixels On Paper Photography Wedding photography photo

Authenticity is a word so entirely overused, and poorly I might add, that its meaning and importance have been pretty much hijacked. As with other things of value, authenticity can become diminished and ultimately ignored. In an effort to take it back (“she said, shaking her fist in the air”), we present Amber and Andy Shumate and their August wedding photos. […]

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Christmas portrait sessions from Pixels on Paper

… are nearly full, but we have some openings on Saturday, November 28th and Saturday, December 5th. Call 336.990.0080 or email us to grab one of the last slots. Happy Thanksgiving to all of you. As we put our arms around each other, our families, pets and friends, please know that we are incredibly grateful for YOU, […]

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christmas pet portraits with Waggles Pet Supply & Dog Wash

Saturday, December 12th, Pixels will be taking photos of your favorite family members. They don’t talk over others. They don’t bring some unidentifiable gelatinous “food” item to the holiday meal.   They don’t scan you from head to toe and remind you of weight gain, or exes, or dreams deferred or the time they did you a […]

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one year in the life of a one year old girl – 1st birthday lemonade stand (and the vendor is a diva…)

Ivy Myers 12 months child and family portrait photography by Pixels On Paper Portrait Photography photo

It started here. She hit the planet in a cute bomb. We added the feathered head band and props, but she brought the pout, the languid body language, the laser-focused eyes and bored expression. Someone 20 times her age could never have pulled off that look without some coaching. Miss Ivy would have shaken it out of […]

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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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