Daniel, Class of 2010 I was remembering and maybe reminiscing a bit to when a photograph was a product of the darkroom. Going into a completely dark room and prying open a canister of film with a bottle opener to then attempt rolling the five foot long roll of film onto a processing reel. Processing [click title to read more ;)]
Greg Patterson on July 4th, 2014
I am thankful and proud I live in a country where our founding fathers fought for freedom that we may all enjoy Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness! Take a moment today away from your busy life and reflect upon your blessings and be thankful for our amazing heritage. Let us raise our flag together in [click title to read more ;)]
Greg Patterson on June 27th, 2014
My Friday started with a visit to a physical therapist as I have been having pain in my right shoulder. Max, my PT described how a slight injury can result in so much pain and tightening of everything that is needed to make the shoulder work as it should. The process of getting it back into shape involves routine heating, stretching and cooling. If you have ever gone through this process, you know the stretching process can be quite uncomfortable and downright painful.
Greg Patterson on April 2nd, 2014
TODAY we are celebrating our 10th year anniversary in our current location and roughly 20 years in business. With God’s blessings we are proud to have served Nacogdoches and surrounding East Texas area for the past 20 years!
Texas Celebrates Independence Local Boy Scouts of America ring Old University Bell during celebration.Written by Greg Patterson on March 3rd, 2014
I enjoyed documenting the celebration of Texas’ 178th independence this past Sunday, March 2, 2014. The celebration took place in the Old University Building located just west of Mound street on the campus of TJR elementary school. The Daughters of the Republic of Texas (DRT), mayor Roger Van Horn and others were there to organize, [click title to read more ;)]
Greg Patterson on January 24th, 2014
Images of Nacogdoches Snow Day, January 24, 2014 by certified professional photographer Greg Patterson.
Greg Patterson on January 8th, 2014
It has been quite cold the past few days. But before we know it, we will be rocking 100° plus days which seem to stay with us much longer than cold. Until then, enjoy this photo I captured with my trusty Nikon of the frozen pond behind G Patterson Photographic Studio & Gallery.
Greg Patterson on January 3rd, 2014
Can you say “Happy Happy Happy” Anniversary! Well I can as today my beautifully kind and amazing wife and I celebrate our anniversary. Time really does fly when you are happily married. I do remember some not so easy moments but they are like dust in the wind compared to the years together. We started [click title to read more ;)]
New camera, New Year? Five tips from Certified Professional Photographer for getting started with your new camera!Written by Greg Patterson on January 2nd, 2014
Did Santa bring you a new camera for the new year? If so, I’ve got a few tips that will help you get started with capturing some great images. 1. I know it sounds lame, but open that little book that came with the camera and read at least the first chapter or so. It [click title to read more ;)]
Greg Patterson on December 24th, 2013
Local Nacogdoches photographer, Greg Patterson and portrait studio, G Patterson Photographic Studio & Gallery were awarded 1st Place in the Bert Rees Christmas Lights contest in the category “Reason for the Season.”