What do you think of this Ad poster I made?

Okay, a repeat question.... http://www.flickr.com/photos/vangorkumphotography/6288196400/ To clarify, I am an 18 year old photographer, going to college part time, and working as an x-ray tech. I've been doing work for family and friends, such as local weddings, engagement, seniors, families, etc. but I... show more Okay, a repeat question....

http://www.flickr.com/photos/vangorkumphotography/6288196400/

To clarify, I am an 18 year old photographer, going to college part time, and working as an x-ray tech.
I've been doing work for family and friends, such as local weddings, engagement, seniors, families, etc. but I now want to branch out to more of the public. I don't want to get too busy (need time for work and class as priority number one), so I'm not too worried about the prices being too low, because I personally believe that's what my work is valued at (for my age, experience, and skill).

I have a Nikon D200, 50mm f/1.4, 70-300mm f/4-5.6, 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6, 8mm fisheye, and soon to be 85mm f/1.4 (and planning on not putting too much into gear right now).
Update: Look buddy, I don't know why you're throwing around so many numbers, I'm doing this as a side way for fast cash as a college student starting out. from everything i've done so far, I talk to the client, we meet up and talk, I come and shoot, I edit and put on a CD (about 1-2 weeks), and then they pay me when I give... show more Look buddy,
I don't know why you're throwing around so many numbers, I'm doing this as a side way for fast cash as a college student starting out. from everything i've done so far, I talk to the client, we meet up and talk, I come and shoot, I edit and put on a CD (about 1-2 weeks), and then they pay me when I give the disk (in either cash, or check). It's the straight up money. I ask for $250, and about a week after the shoot, I get the $250.
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