To the photographers who only make available a small rez version of their beautiful artwork, and who put an ugly trade stamp over the whole goddamn thing; Is this because you are making money from an alternate source, or are legally bound as a commission? Or, is it vanity? Or are you afraid someone will steal your work?
Here's some Marketing 101:
Make at least ONE full-resolution image available per set. If you are an unknown, or want to become more popular the best thing you can do in the beginning is give your work away. Yep, that's the trick! Go look at Trey Ratcliff's work - he's a pro, offers FULL rez stunnnig images on Flickr. Yes, I'm venting, but I believe this is your path to popularity too.
I did it out of respect. I do not own the image. The photographer does not post them with the watermark, so if you would like to see them that way, please feel free to visit his account at: [link] Sorry for the inconvenience. I'm totally new to this, so I guess I don't know the acceptable etiquette yet. Thanks for the advice.
Ah, I just figured out you're the model, lol. It takes me awhile, but I'll come around. So....Fantastic body and poses, fantastic shoot. Probably the best MK cosplay PS I've seen, really spot on! if you like Fallout 3, check out my Wasteland photoshoot.