Tag Archives: Pixels On Paper Photography

Reminder: outdoor autumn family, engagement & children’s portraits booking now in the NC mountains

Dear Ones, We are still taking appointments for a limited number of portraits in the great outdoors for fall, so this is sort of a Last Call. Baby Case is on his way, so we’ve kept the appointments to a limited number, but we want to serve as many people as possible. These sessions will take place in Boone, […]

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Orozco Christian Crafts – commercial product photography for a wedding client with a great business

Orozco's Christian Craft Shop bouquet photos commerical photography photo

One of the joys – and believe me there are many – of being a photographer is seeing something happen with a client that you had no idea about. Do you follow? Sometimes, you’re taking family photos of a couple with their first child and discover later that the second is on the way. Or […]

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outdoor family portraits ~ some late summer fun

I giggle a little every time I hear people opine that they just don’t have time for a portrait session. It’s not condescension, I promise. I understand busy. I “do” busy myself like plenty of other folks. This is life. But I also know that with a plan and a little will, you can pull […]

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A day in the life with the Guerrant family | documentary lifestyle photos

The Guerrant family asked us to photograph them with their 2 children on a single day – documentary style. We LOVE this type of photography, because it translates the desire to take selfies and snapshots and indulge in the every day, but into photos that are professionally shot and set up. You get the best […]

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Jaxon turns one | first birthday portrait photography

Jaxon Andrews, son of Kristen and Matthew, turned one on July 21, 2017 and we photographed his one year portraits as soon as he was standing on his own and walking…. which was 4 days later – ha!! We met at a friend’s family farm in Purlear, NC on July 25th and it was wonderful. […]

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