This also would have trouble printing out because of the margins. The drop shadow also wouldn't come out on an inkjet printer the way it is digitally mainly to the DPI output and effect the printer will make it out at. I'd also would have dropped the fork/knife and placed "Taste and Enjoy" where it is now, dropped the time and date under it, and made an extra out-bounding box. I like the concept, but there's just too much for layout.
(ugh! I keep adding a new comment instead of clicking "Reply") Thanks. Yea I sort of used the fork and knife to hide the way I cropped the salt shaker. The stock image I used had the salt shaker coming from the corner of the page. Thanks for your suggestions!
Np, I had a friend who majored in Computer Science, well Applied Mathematics actually. He's now a software developer because he knew C Shark and I forgot the other code. I find programming to a very grind type of job. If you don't enjoy CS, have you thought about going back for a BA or BFA in Graphic Design or Visual Communications Design, most programs are about two years.
I like CS, but I like graphic design more. I wanted to try to get into an MFA program, but then I was strongly convinced into going into a PhD program and wasn't quite sure what I wanted to do. Now I'm doing neither. I'm gonna try to work on my portfolio and maybe apply to MICA in a few years. If all else fails, I'll just go the PhD route.
Well, MFA in Graphic Design is mostly for people who are going to teach it from what I've been told. But if you were able to use the CS Degree to do a MFA that would of been cool. Becoming a PHD can't go wrong there either.