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Charleston Wedding Photographers: Patrick Hall bio picture

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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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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 friend’s wedding and they had a photobooth, typically it is an old fashioned booth with a curtain like you would find in a mall. Those older photobooths can be a lot of fun but what happens when you want to get a bit crazier or want to include more than 2 or 3 people in you photograph? Well that’s why I designed a photobooth that wasn’t a booth at all! This photobooth takes up a small area usually just outside of the dance floor and individual couples or large groups can stand infront of the white screen and instantly take a bunch of creative photos that the bride and groom will see when they receive all of their wedding photos. The pictures are immediately displayed so everyone around can see, and it’s always a huge hit at the reception. I’ve given the band or DJ a run for their money on many occasions, but what I usually find is the photobooth helps encourage people to get up out of their seats and participate even more at the wedding and on the dance floor. Here are a few of my favorite photos from 2010.

March 22, 2011 - 5:15 pm Michelle from wedding photography - Wow..these pictures are amazingly irresistible to look at..it makes the pictures more beautiful and sweet to look at. The way the shots look, this is a work of art..one look of it and it catches all your attention.

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