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The Oxford comma is absurdly important.

 

I am very pleased to present the first part of the Lost Cuban Photos series. As the series’ title suggests, the following is a collection of photos that I had completely misplaced and then recently found and edited.

Thank you for your continued patronage, and stay tuned for some new site features (while maintaining complete minimalism, of course) and some viral / guerrilla marketing opportunities!

– Steven

P.S. To illustrate the importance of the Oxford comma (the title of this post) I present the following two sentences to you:

  • We invited the strippers, JFK, and Stalin. (With)
  • We invited the strippers, JFK and Stalin. (Without)

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Napoleon Bonaparte was 5’6.377953″.

 

I want to thank you for your continued patronage and welcome the new visitors that Google and Facebook have been driving to the site. I really am dedicated to the success and continued development and evolution of this site and these site-views are inspiring.

I implemented a new feature that warns Internet Explorer users that their browser may not render everything correctly. If you’ve noticed this, it’s time to get a new browser.

Below are two time-lapse videos that I made this spring / summer. They’ve just been added to my YouTube channel and I thought they ought to be shared here as well. Fair warning: they were experiments. Enjoy.

Steven

The ampersand was once the 27th letter of the alphabet.

 

Firstly, a big thank you for all of the support for the launch of my new site. It’s appreciated and helpful. When you like my page by clicking the Facebook like button at the bottom of my posts, you suggest the page to Digg, you like my actual Facebook page, etc., you’re contributing to the success of my site in more ways than you might realise.

Now then, in the interest of making this site dynamic and worth revisiting, I’ve made a covenant with myself that I will update it with new content on a weekly basis. On that note, enjoy some new and old Steven photographs:

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Start of something new.

 

Thank you for visiting stevenMORAN.com.

I have decided to take my personal portfolio / creative outlet in a new direction – rather than the typical portfolio site (as StevenMoranPhotography.com was an example of) I’ve decided to make a quasi-interactive blog-esque portfolio to which I can post photos and design work as I create it or when I feel inspired to do so. This new Web site and domain name also allow me to broaden my creativity to more mediums than simply photography.

I hope you enjoy the site, I had a fun time coding like crazy to make it look this plain (if you can believe it.)

Please enjoy some portraits I’ve decided to share below, and check back soon for future updates and more of my work.

Steven

*Note: Against my personal tastes, due to the size of the portrait-oriented photos and design pieces on this site, I have been forced to insert a watermark. Please don’t judge me too harshly for it.

Model: Chelsey

Model: Lindsey

Model: Krissy

Model: Krissy

Model: Marc

Model: Britt