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This Old House If walls could talk

Written by on June 16th, 2017

So many people over the years since we’ve lived in the house at 122 N. Mound Street have said to us, “Don’t you love old houses?” I guess they don’t know what I know about this one. They don’t have to put up with the creaky floors, the plumbing that always needs attention and the [click title to read more ;)]


The Consultation Making it "So Worth It"

Written by on March 2nd, 2017

Greg calls himself a portrait artist, but what does that mean? An artist begins with a blank canvas and a subject that sits for him as he or she paints strokes on the canvas. How the portrait turns out depends largely on the colors the painter chooses, how he/she holds their paint brush, etc. Much like a painter, [click title to read more ;)]


Bah, humbug! When shopping becomes a chore

Written by on December 22nd, 2016

It’s not that I don’t like the Christmas season, I’d rather focus on the Christmas reason, you know, the why we do all of this. I’ve had the Christmases that were perfect, with everyone unwrapping all that they asked for, the cooked-to-perfection meal for twenty, and the decorations that could make the spread in “Home and Gardens.” All [click title to read more ;)]


Today in MicroFashion Photography Kids Fashion Portraits

Written by on August 12th, 2016
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G Patterson Studio MicroFashion Photography An idea that was born to the studio earlier this year has continued to spice things up in our mini model department. With the success of our Microfashion {Brick Streets} to kick off the series, we decided the Brick Streets edition was simply the beginning. Adorable kiddos are the heart of [click title to read more ;)]


300 Blue Ska-Do Photo Contest by G Patterson Studio & Gallery

Written by on May 31st, 2016
90 Days of Summer Photo Contest 2016

Photo Contest Entry BELOW Last summer we launched our Facebook Giveaway campaign asking for you to make a comment to a post regarding a question or topic. We drew a winner from those that commented, and we had three separate winners from three separate drawings. The winners enjoyed a free portrait session! This summer, we’re changing [click title to read more ;)]


A Glorious Wedding And images that help capture its essence

Written by on May 31st, 2016
Nacogdoches wedding photographer Greg Patterson at Union Springs venue in Garrison.

  One of the biggest privileges we have at our studio is photographing weddings. Over the last thirty years, we’ve photographed countless of them and each one different from the others. Some weddings stick out more than others, for instance when we photograph the wedding of people close to us. A couple of months ago, [click title to read more ;)]


Memories of bunnies A tradition at G Patterson Studio

Written by on March 21st, 2016

A Magical Combination… Since we opened our doors twenty years ago, we’ve had a lot of good ideas come and go. Though our focus has always been to provide lifestyle portraiture that makes you “feel” something, we’ve always tried to keep things fresh and in keeping with today’s trends. Making elaborate sets for one person for one [click title to read more ;)]


About being engaged A little something from our Haley

Written by on March 11th, 2016
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“Engage in the little moments, you never know which of those will actually be the big moments,” There is no possible way to convey to you the magic that was August 15, 2015. Engage your attention with me for a moment. I thought, lying there looking up at the stars, I was simply opening my [click title to read more ;)]


Micro Fashion Auditions Kids' Fashion Photography

Written by on March 1st, 2016
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What is Micro Fashion? It’s an idea that sprang out of a Brainstorming session at the studio a few months ago. We were talking about our latest obsessions on Pinterest, and Haley said how much she loved seeing the little kids wearing trendy clothes and striking cute poses. Photographing kids is nothing new for us. We [click title to read more ;)]


The art of being single-minded Okay, stay focused

Written by on February 3rd, 2016
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I’m a student of human behavior, especially when it’s a little peculiar. The people that intrigue me the most are those that are single-minded. I’m not talking about people who prefer to stay single. Nor, am I talking about people who have narrow views. I’m talking about a person that likes one thing so much, [click title to read more ;)]