Having a camera and a website does NOT make you a professional photographer. Being PROFESSIONAL makes you a professional photographer. And that means...knowing how to put your big panties on, and run a business. Not just taking some "snaps" that in your opinion are killer insane. It's not about putting up a "myspace" or even a real to God website of your favorite photos of bands, sunset, flowers, and your besties besties. Why do I keep going on about this? Am I worried about you? Crazy Jealous? You judge that for yourself. Should I be crazy insane jeaolus? Or maybe MAYBE I just don't want to see you guys go down the tubes in more way than a million. I could tell you allllllll the many ways your posting your bravado on the interent is going to put you in hock for infinity. I could for instance, tell you how going into business before you are ready will hurt not only but your clients and open you up to lawsuits. I could futher state, how when your competitors see you fail, they will take it to eveywhere the internet goes. Don't. Be. Stupid. Do it right. All of it. Make the photographic community proud. You need that community to do well. Be respected. I know two things in life. If you take shortcuts you will fail. Withou doubt. If you do things the way they should be done, you at least have a chance.