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Charleston Wedding Photographers: Patrick Hall bio picture

Welcome to the pH Factor~!

Thanks for visiting!


Patrick Hall was born in Charleston, SC and has lived in Alaska, Alabama, and Tennessee.  After graduating from college in 2004, Patrick traveled throughout the southeast before calling Charleston home in 2006.


During the first 2 years in Charleston, Patrick spent most of his time learning how to craft interesting photos with both wedding professionals and lifestyle photographers.  It was during this time the idea to share his newly learned talents with young couples became Patrick's primary goal.

Today Patrick works full time as a commercial wedding photographer in Charleston, SC and enjoys shooting extreme sports, fashion, and commercial images during any freetime he may have left :) 


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Category Archives: Weddings

Charleston Harbor Resort New Years Eve Wedding: Meghan and Andy

Most of the time the wedding season is pretty much wrapped up by mid November here in Charleston, and it usually won’t kick back up until March. I always look forward to this time because I get to finally catch up on some rest and tackle other photo related projects. But sometimes you have a […]

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Wild Dunes Wedding: Heather and Dan

Wow this season has been so busy I haven’t had time to update my blog in quite awhile. Here is Heather and Dan’s wedding from the end of the 2010 season. Heather and Dan were living in Illinois while planning their Charleston wedding; I can only imagine how difficult the planning must be for a […]

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Seabrook Island Wedding : Rachel and Martin

I first met Rachel and Martin back in January, and they were planning their destination wedding in Charleston all the way from Massachusetts. They originally met in England were they went to college before relocating back to the East Coast. Needless to say, I found out that Europeans can not only out drink me but […]

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Citadel / Hibernian Hall Wedding, Charlotte and Matt

As a wedding photographer based in downtown Charleston, I get to visit a lot of local venues and historic buildings. Charlotte and Matt decided to get married at the Summerall Chapel at the Citadel and have their reception at the Hibernian Hall on Meeting Street. I knew when I first met them that their wedding […]

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Wild Dunes Wedding : Laura and Jesse

I always tell clients that the number one reason a photo turns out successful has more to do with the energy shown in front of the camera than anything else. And when couples interact with each other naturally and affectionately my job becomes pretty easy. This was definitely the case with Laura and Jesse. They […]

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Charleston Wedding Photobooth

For the last two years or so I have been setting up a “photobooth” at many of the weddings I have shot. Surprisingly, I have found out that a lot of my clients were initially confused about my photobooth because it is technically not a booth at all. If you have ever been to a […]

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Ion Creek Club Wedding Photography: Misty and Adam

I think Misty and Adam have known each other longer than any other couple I have photographed. They were good friends back in junior high school and years later as fate would have it, they fell in love. I first met Misty and her bridesmaids during her Bridal Shoot in downtown Charleston. I knew her […]

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Kiawah Island Wedding Photography: Brent and Blair Beason

I think I met Brent and Blair back in the winter when they called me up to talk about having a wedding out at Kiawah Island’s Sanctuary. Kiawah Island is such a great place to have a wedding and it was fun hearing what this couple had planned. I knew their wedding was going to […]

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