My pleasure jj, although my answer wasn't of any real help I'm afraid (a sign that I can get as stuck as the next person and have a terrible time trying to get back on track ).
No, I'm not full time. I gave that a whirl once but found it was a fast way to go broke. However, I shot/shoot primarily landscape (but am adding much more in the way of science-type stuff now that I have that "Biologist" title stamped on my B.Sc.), and Landscape/Scenics is probably the toughest field to try and make a living in. I now prefer to have a decent income from my profession, which allows me to shoot as much for pleasure as for work. I'm also in a bit of a transition period as I've been out of photography for about 10 years so I could finish university. When I got back into it last May, I went digital, so that was a whole new world, and the learning curve has been steep. If (when I start submitting again - which will be once I get a bit more stock) things start to go better than expected as my target client will be a wider base than simply calendars, magazines and books, then I might reconsider, but that's a ways down the road yet.
So, there you have it. Twenty times more than you wanted to know, but you got the "Royal Tour" anyway :laugh: .