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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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Things You Should Know When Hiring a Wedding Photographer

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Professional Wedding Photography

Weddings are ideal events for a couple and there is always an outburst of joy, a flurry of last-minute arrangements, and promises of happily ever after. To capture these moments, an established and experienced wedding photographer is often given importance to catch every scene worth remembering. Indeed, there is an abundance of wedding photographers to take shots of your special day. Each of them has their own distinctive style, gear and equipment, and varied options to satisfy even the pickiest couples.

But hiring a wedding photographer is not an easy feat. You do not just single out a photographer to take random shots of your favorite wedding scenes. You should also note what is important to you as well as do some basic research about the best wedding shutterbugs in town in order for you to find the photographer that fits your wedding needs.

There are some unique styles that plenty of photographers use and they even incorporate various approaches to make any special event grand and worth reminiscing about. You can choose from a slew of options like standard photography, documentary, photojournalism, edgy or deviant art, classic touch, and so much more. Take a step back and think about what you really need. While professional wedding photographers can give suggestions about how to grab the precious moments in your life, it all depends on how you want your wedding to be captured on film.

For traditional wedding ceremonies, you might opt for a classic touch to your photos. You can hire a wedding photographer who specializes in snatching that pastoral magic typical of traditional weddings. Weddings in beaches require a more artsy and edgy type of images so you can secure a wedding photographer that also have experience in dealing with the outdoors.

Keep in mind that you do not have to allow the wedding venue affect your own choices about how your wedding should be. If you need some hints, you can browse through a photographer’s portfolios, either online or through ads so that you can get the gist of what lures you in. Once you have nailed down the kind of approach and style, you can interview the photographers that you have considered and dish out the style that you desire.

A photographer’s images and how they are pixilated, rendered, and captured is much more important than the kind of equipment that they use. They could have the best digital single-lens reflex camera around but how they shoot your photos is the single aspect on whether their photos are a hit or not. Indeed, digital photography replaces the method of traditional photography and enables you to have incredible options of adjusting your images. Also, never underestimate skilled photographers who can do remarkable shots with the film.

Wedding photographers provide you the options of the type of albums you want, the framing, reprints, and proof images so you have the choice of selecting what appeals to you best. Whatever your preference, talk to your photographer about your expectations and never hesitate to discuss the percentage of pictures and the pricing. Even if you choose timeless images or more deviant ones, it is really nice to have pictures that directly speak about your wedding.


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