Followed my own Tips

Good news from the Stock Photo arena. I haven't really been able to shoot much this year yet. Of the shots I have taken are much better quality than a few months ago. I have been following my own tips and am already seeing results. I have been submitting smaller groups of images instead of... Continue Reading →

Don’t forget the Followers!

One of the things I decided to do in 2019 to be a better part of the blogging community is to learn a little more about those that follow latenyte photography's blog. I am not setting a timeline or a task to do every day, but through out the month, when I have some spare... Continue Reading →

Adobe Stock 2019

I have been contributing to Adobe Stock, to sell some of my images, for about 3 months now. I wanted to use it as a tool to possibly generate income to support my photography. In 2018 I submitted a total of 145 images to Adobe Stock. Of which 61 images were accepted for sale. So... Continue Reading →

100 Days of latenyte photo

*Featured image was shot on a southwest beach of Puget Sound Washington, looking the the southwest at sunset. If I am going to change anything with latenyte.com it's going to be everything!  I'm creating graphics, new content and new pages to go with the 2019 layout of latenyte.com.  In 2018 I made stuff as I... Continue Reading →

November 2018 in Review

November 2018 has been an explosive month for latenyte.com.  In 91 days we have crossed a few milestones: Views up 2300% from October, 600+Followers Tripled, 25+Likes 200+100+ Stock Photo Submissions40+ Stock Photos for Sale60+ Blog EntriesShot Counter 1700+ Then there are all the things that have been done, but not shown in latenyte.com.  They include:... Continue Reading →

Treasure Found in Seattle!

In September of this year I knew of the terms ISO, Aperture and F-stop, but that is about it.  Since then I've read seven books, read a bunch of websites and watched videos.  Yes all of these have helped in my education of photography, but I have found a gem that is a guide to... Continue Reading →

Creative Composition by Harold Davis

I've had this book for almost a month now and am blow away with all of the tips that are included.  "Photographic technique can only get you so far.  Technique by itself-without passion or vision-is shallow and meaningless.  Cameras don't take pictures, people do."This is the first paragraph from the first chapter. This book discusses... Continue Reading →

Grab and Go Pack

So I just got home from the hospital. What a bunch of torture that was.  Bottom line from the last few days is I am going to have to start living the life of "NO".  I got six new prescriptions.  Will I tell the doctor if I cheat and have a piece of bacon, hell... Continue Reading →

What is Black?

I was listening to the radio the other afternoon, and they were playing "Big Dummy".  It is a radio competition where you try to get one answer right.  You are the big dummy if you score the most incorrect answers.  One of the questions was, "What colorful body of water does the Danube River drain... Continue Reading →

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