I just looked for your disclaimer and can't see it anywhere. I don't think that not claiming ownership of the images means you can use them anyway, if you don't have permission to put them on your site then they shouldn't really be there. I'd be inclined to scrap that page altogether; if you're expecting to use the site for paid work, the things you just 'fancy trying' aren't going to be very important to the photographers potentially booking you. If they're going to pay you, they're going to shoot you in the style they want - they're probably not going to pay you to recreate images you like.
As for the site generally, I don't think you need a slideshow of 6 images on the home page when the same ones are already on your 'my work' page. My connection is pretty fast and the slideshow is a little bit slow-moving; if I were you, I'd just choose your best image and have it as a still on the home page.
Your Facebook link at the bottom of the site just links to Facebook too - not your Facebook page.
The copyright stuff is already one thing, that has been mentioned. But my main problem is that the site was created with a template / website generator. I'm guessing all you did was change the text and images around with one of, say, 12 templates provided for you. Everything is inconsistent as well. On the "About" page you have blue text in a black box with a pink border. It's quite hard on the eyes. Then on the "My Work" page the font is considerably larger. And white. The photo on the "contact" me page looks like it was taken with a mobile phone camera.
Normally, for TFP shoots or for a personal page these wouldn't necessarily amount to serious problems, but if you're trying to create a proper portfolio to encourage people to pay for your services, I think your site needs to be more professionally designed, with your best images included.