That's right. Things.
First of all, there's the (hopefully) snazzy looking journal. Don't think I did the CSS myself. I cheated and used one of those free journal creator thingies, but did it in the style of my portfolio at it's new domain of www.sam-turner.com
I felt that 18-55mm was just too complicated to say out loud to people and was hard to remember (unless you're a photograhy enthusiast). I've still got that domain too though.
I went out yesterday to High Force, which is a pretty big waterfall (by England's standards) on the River Tees. Being the doofus I am, I left the platform bit of my tripod at home (the thing that attaches to t
'Twas my 17th birthday yesterday! Now I can learn to drive, which I'm rather looking forward to. ;)
In other news, I'm going to take a break from web design. I moved to the more corporate side of design a while back because there was the opportunity of money making, and to be honest, because everyone else was doing it, and I fancied a stab at the cake.
Unfortunately, it's got to the point where I don't enjoy opening Photoshop like I used to. Having to conform to specific styles, structures and constant formality drives me up the wall sometimes.
So, I'm taking some time of from that side of things, and I'm going to get back into digital art
Well, since it's February 14th, I suppose I better wish everyone a Happy Valentines Day. =]
As you can probably tell (due to the snazzy journal), I recently got a subscription. I think it was a great investment, and recommend it to those who spend a fair amount of time on dA. Journal credit goes to ipholio (https://www.deviantart.com/ipholio). You can get this journal style yourself by clicking 'Get This CSS' above.
It's about this time I wish I knew CSS myself so I could code myself a journal. :/
Here's the deal on the art front. Expect more photography more than anything else, because I need to prepare for my photography exam that's taking place soon, so I may end up p
Hi! I know this is very late, but I wanted to thank you for the I received from you in August 2008. (almost a year late ) I've been absent from deviantart recently, but I really appreciate every bit of support.