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Patrick Hall
Charleston, SC
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I'm a full time professional photographer based out of Charleston, SC. Most of my time is filled shooting weddings, video work, commercial and of course Fstoppers videos. When a camera isn't in my hand and I've managed to make it out of the office I'm usually playing on the boat, cycling, playing loud amps and classic guitars, attending church, traveling, and planning the next creative adventure.

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Harinandan Rajeev's picture

How am i able to add my entries to the ultimate camera give away

Good day Patrick. I saw your promotions about the tutorial with Elia Locardi. It is great and amazing. Congratulations. Im JayenLapez from the Philippines. Im interested to buy of the Elia Locardi's 2pack tutorial. I have a query, thus this include the FREE 32GB usb? Thank you. See you in the Philippines if you have a plan to promote the nature there. Im from bohol from the chocolate hills. It is a good place for astrophotography. See you. Im glad to know you all guys.

Andrew Feller's picture

Patrick, you guys should post a detailed "how the hell we fly with all this gear" article. I just watched the Joey Wright video and I bet you guys has some fantastic tips on navigating through customs and TSA. I did my first Mexico wedding last year and while I did pack a lot, I restricted my self to 2 cases for fear of getting stopped. (what I took with me: https://www.instagram.com/p/-w9dbYnm8j/)

Gary Compton's picture

Hey Patrick what drone setup dd you guys use for the Joey Wright video? footage looks great

what up patrick gr8 stuff i watch it all....

André Ferreira's picture

A bunch of pleasing to appreciate shots, great work with the lightning is always present in your work, I dig it =)

Patrick Hall's picture

Thanks Andre

Matt Caporale's picture

Hey Patrick, I appreciate all that you guys are doing. All your content is very helpful. I loved your "moon boots" by the way. Just let me know when you are hiring! :)

Patrick Hall's picture

Thanks Matt. The moonboots are about to make a second appearance here soon in the next Photographing the World tutorial.

James Myers's picture

Patrick, I am buying either a Nikon d7000 or d7100 not sure which one yet, my question is what should be my first prime for this DX sensor camera? Thank you for your input and all of you a Fstoppers continue the great job.

Patrick Hall's picture

I guess it depends on what you want to shoot. If you want to shoot night landscapes out of a helicopter or astro photography, get the widest and fastest lens possible. If you want to shoot portraits, get the 85mm 1.8. If you want something for details at a wedding and a normal walk around prime, get the 50mm 1.8. You can't go wrong with any of them IMO but they do vary on the type of work you want to produce

juliuz juliuz's picture

not only badly shot but also useless and ridicolus

Christopher Lane's picture

What is?

pramod jois's picture

hi Patrick Hall i really liked ur work i saw making of The World: Landscape Photography & Post-processing i was thinking that why cant you guys come to india with Elia Locardi you i will get many place for Landscape Photography and i can learn with you guys . thank you

Patrick Hall's picture

Hey Pramod, I would love to come to India. Unfortunately the list of places to visit never ends and at the moment we aren't traveling with Elia. I'll keep you posted if we make it out that way, India sounds awesome

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