So this morning I went down to the main street in town to take some photos. Several people were out watching the sunrise (and taking pictures with flashing digicams ). Anyway, one guy came up and said that this was the most beautiful sunrise he had seen in 56 years of living in Florida. He gave me his card, said he though I had a good eye, and told me if I ever wanted to sell a photograph or two to call him. Well, I've never really thought to sell my photographs before, I've just been enjoying taking pictures and thought maybe I'd sell a few prints to friends. I may just give him a call, but it also got me thinking. I used to work in a coffee shop here in town and I bet the owner would be willing to display some of my photographs and take a percentage of the sales. I'll have to put together a portfolio soon. Anyway, let me know what you guys think. I had to clone out a LOT of sand because my body isn't sealed and sand gets in there. I even cleaned it right before I left. These are as shot -- not contrast or saturation boosts. I just used a polarizing filter. A few of them have a 3:4 crop rather than 2:3, and they all have all the junk on the sensor cloned out. I'd love any advice and criticism. These are in chronological order. Oh, and can anyone help? I save the color profile, but the pictures look SO much different and more vibrant in photoshop than the JPGs! It frustrates me. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.