A Year of Change We get a lot of questions these days about the changes we’ve made at the studio. One is, “Why would you want to change the name of your business from G Patterson Photography Studio to House of Photography?” and “What is this I hear about you selling gifts?” or “You can [click title to read more ;)]
Cindy Patterson on February 23rd, 2018
Prom for most juniors and seniors is just around the corner. If you want to LOVE the way you LOOK then we have some Prom Pix tips for you!
Cindy Patterson on November 18th, 2015
For those of us living in the south, fall means pumpkins, football and family time…much like anywhere else. But, what else we have that they don’t is moderate temperatures which are great for getting in touch with the outdoors once again. Let’s face it, once the long, hot summer is over, we’re tired of being cooped [click title to read more ;)]
Daryl Sparks on July 7th, 2014
I love this quote. I wish I knew the author so I could compliment them on their wittiness. Truth be told, when you’re in the hands of a true professional, a photographer is anything but violent. If anything, a photographer, as well as the photo session, should be FUN, EXCITING, MEMORABLE … and above all [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.
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 ;)]