a moonset II

This was a very difficult shot for my camera, the Nikon Coolpix P530. It doesn't have the capability to keep the shutter open long enough to get the quality I want. The camera is fighting to dim the crap out of the moon while struggling to get any light at all near the lake. I... Continue Reading →

Happy Anniversary!

The featured image is my personal favorite photo that I posted my first year. Wow! I cant believe it has been a year already... 1st year Stats for Nerds(like me): 7,143 - Views 3,388 - Visitors 327 - Posts 107 - Followers 66,000+ - Words / 157wpp 1,405 - Likes 94 - Comments For those... 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 →

No dice with my Coolpix

*Please remember that the Nikon Coolpix P530 I keep discussing on this site was bought used.  I had no testing done on it to see if it was 100% when I got it.  With that said there is a very slim chance that I am discussing a camera that doesn't work as well as a... Continue Reading →

The results from last night.

Last night was amazing!  The shots I recovered, less than amazing.  I got my tripod and other stuff setup and organized before midnight.  It was chilly out but there wasn't any wind to blow the cold down into you clothing.  There was a little fog hovering over the lake, making it look like a simmering... Continue Reading →

Some Limitations with the P530

Now knowing a little bit more about the camera, the Nikon Coolpix P530, I have found the it has some limitations for the shooting I want to do.  I am focusing on night and low light photography and have learned that shutter speed is important.  Here is a list of the max shutter speed the... Continue Reading →

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