Adding Collections to Menu

Like a gallery, I'm organizing my published photos into collections of similiar images. Tomorrow I will focus on fixing some issues I am having with with categories, templates and tags. Time for bed finally at 4:34 am.

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 →

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