I took a look at the Home and Sample pages of your site. I like your concept, and I do believe there are people who would love to use a service like yours. In my opinion, you should really emphasize the possibility of using your slide shows as graduation and birthday keepsakes. (I would say weddings, too, but the truth is many wedding photographers offer similar services, in video form, as part of their packages now, and frankly, I wonder whether the wedding market isn't getting saturated.)
I am not a Web designer, so I won't attempt to do any critique in that area. But here are a few suggestions I would make based on my "gut reaction" as a rabid proofreader as well as a consumer.
--The Web address that appears at the top of each page is redundant. (Anyone who came to the site already knows its address--or can just look at the URL bar if unsure.) I would suggest eliminating it.
--Consider justifying your text to left instead of center. Reserve center justification for really important text; using it all the time, it loses its eye-catching impact.
--Near the top of the Sample page, I would suggest changing the text "*Sample" to "View samples." for two reasons: the * suggests there is a footnote somewhere, and there isn't; and it's a clickable link, so tell me why I should click it.
--On Home page, eliminate the periods and commas after the first few starred list items next to the champagne glass image.
--Sometimes "slide shows" appears as two words, and sometimes it appears without the space. Choose one option (personally I prefer two words), and use it consistently throughout the site.
--On Home page, the sentence beginning "You can enjoy..." needs to end with "your family" instead of "family." (Just a parallel-structure nit-pick...I warned you, I'm an avid proofreader.
--At top of Sample page, you have two links to Media Player, one right after the other. Eliminate one.
--On Sample page, some of the image captions are clickable, and some are not. Make them all one way or the other.
--On Sample page, eliminate the underlining on the statement beginning "Notice as you watch...." (Web users expect underlined words to be links.)
--I would also suggest rephrasing that entire statement to something shorter, maybe along the lines of "Transitions and special effects [Effects, not Affects, by the way] make your slide show exciting!"
--"Internet" should always be capitalized. Also change the comma after "Internet" to a semicolon.
--On your contact form, the field labels are apparently the same color as the background, so they don't show up.
I hope all this is at least a little helpful and not overwhelming. I'd be happy to talk to you about the other pages of your site also if you contact me off-list.
I think you're onto a good idea with your slide show concept!