Meet Jeffrey C. Davis
I started Shooting Professionally back in 2006 during a Mission Trip to South Africa.
While there, I had the opportunity to take pictures of the villagers my team was working with. Many of the people had never had their picture taken, and without access to mirrors some had never seen their reflection. Upon realizing this, I treated each villager’s picture like it was the only one they may ever have taken of themselves, and each photo was given my personal attention as a result. At the end of the trip, I found a grocery chain printing 5x7s, and was able to hand out each picture. It became my first photo shoot. Upon returning, people were impressed with my work to the point I started my own business.
What I Offer
6 Things to Look For in a Professional Photographer
Here are 6 Things to Look For in a Professional Photographer Who Can Capture Your Wedding with Great Pictures QUESTION: Can you spot a professional photographer versus someone who has simply purchased a professional camera? Are there any traits that clearly separate...
Our Wedding Picture Tips
The positioning of the Bride and Groom during the actual Ceremony People want to see your faces so, if possible, avoid standing with your backs to the audience. Unless there are moments when you have to look directly at the minister, face each other, smiling, and have...