I just recently took the dive into taking my photography to a professional level.
I have created a website and have started marketing my work. I'm currently working on a logo, and I'm on a never-ending mission to perfect my work. It's very important to me to give my clients quality work so I...
If you are going for a more classic timeless capture, I would go with Theresa, but if you enjoy a little more character in your photos, I personally like Jonathan Hare's style. Regina has good work, but her website is lacking terribly and her crops are poorly thought out.
The odd time when someone asks me to take a photo for them with their little point and shoot, I never fail to bring it up to my eyeball where the viewfinder would be on my DSLR, only to realize there IS NO viewfinder, only a live screen view on the back.
What a typical cat, has to be right in the middle of what you're doing.
Mine climbs onto me 10 minutes before I have to leave for work, just long enough to cover me in cat hair and be done with me.
Recently she's taken to pulling off keys on my laptop. :/
Is this the same kind of bird? I shot them a while back, knew they were swallows but wasn't sure what kind. They like to dive-bomb heads eh? I was getting too close to their nest I think. # 4 cracks me up! What a little cutie.
Swallow by ♠GollyWild, on Flickr
Would it have been possible to get a shot where he wasn't headless? Otherwise I like it. Is it raining in the distance? Glad to see a rope on him. I live in the rockies, you'd be amazed at the number of deaths that happen around here in climbing accidents.