Monthly Archives: July 2016

pixels’ vendor spotlight: edenhouse floral & events

Deanna Reid, owner of Edenhouse Floral & Events, has been a collaborator and co-conspirator of ours since 2013. In a word: talented. Creative. Inspiring. That’s 3 and we’re stopping there, but suffice it to say, she and her team do amazing work. She’s created floral arrangements for weddings and events we’ve photographed, flower crowns for our […]

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Summer 2016 ~ or some of it

Pixels on Paper Photography Summer 2016

This summer, Ryan and I are working, of course. But we’re also “having a summer” and so far it has been filled with some travel, 2 birthdays, a storm that sent tree limbs through the roof of our 100+ year old house and watching our small but mighty (MIGHTY, I SAY) garden yield glorious veggies. […]

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a church wedding …… literally

Before even stepping foot where the bride, bridesmaids and others were gathered, I heard Adrian’s infectious laugh and knew it was going to be a great day and all was ok.  She was back. What a joy it was to watch and photograph all that excitement rolled into one tiny, beautiful bride. Throughout the ceremony she […]

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Family reunion outdoor portraits in Roaring Gap, NC

What is a LARGE family? What’s the threshold between, “is this IT?” and “if I don’t get 30 minutes alone, I’m going to ugly cry?” Muse amongst yourselves, but while at it, meet the Hobens. Every year, they vacation in Roaring Gap, NC at a home that has been in one of the son-in-law’s families for […]

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pixels takes a [quick] break from humans…… for a little architecture & real estate photography

Pixels on Paper Photography Real Estate 2016 Ellis Property

… and the house sold almost as soon as it listed.We had the privilege and fun of shooting photos for a couple who were planning to put their gorgeous home on the market. Talk about forethought. This amazing mid-century modern house deserved to be treated with the right lighting, time of year and staging. We […]

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