I would love to hear from you!
Going to fast?
Brittney Wilkinson writes:
Awesome work!! Call me up in a few years and we can see your work over dinner. My treat, just remember to email me sometime. Stay in touch.
Nice Frogs Tyler. You should talk to National Geographic.
You should take shots of the Northern Lights for me. I hear they are incredible.
Very Talented! Read my email Tyler. Think about submitting that Tiger Rat Snake image to my magazine.
You should upload more Car Show pictures. Me and my wife Samantha noticed that you really take your time when you shoot. You try different angles and it looks like you have a decent lens. You try your best to get no people in the way. I know you get frustrated as people walk by but that what makes a great photographer. You know patience. Try going to Car Shows when they are just arriving. Getting to know the drivers may help you with a sale in the future. Ask to take pictures of their car privately or work out a deal with them for some cash. You have the talent and patience, just keep shooting. Always Remember! People at Car Shows are the Photographers worst enemy.
Tyler nice work! From California and a friend told me about you. When are you going to have your images for sale? Sadly your links dont work. Email me when you do.
Keep reaching to the sky and remember a picture is worth your time and tells a story. Dream big and set reasonable goals. Take your time when you capture. Even though there is 64+ gig cards. Stick with 8 gig Cards because it will remind you to enjoy what you do. You don't need 100 shots of the same image, all you need is patience and timing. Best point I can give you is that "Best picture is the one that you missed." Remember that because if your looking at it, you missed that one in a lifetime shot! Good luck, George Reed!
Nice Site! Your pictures look fantastic. Very professional and the white layout looks clean and well organized. I have never built a website but I bet it takes time to build? Have any Owl or Wolf shots. I would love to take a look at them.