Yes, it can be habit-forming! Once you start moving your camera during a slow-shutter exposure and see the emerging colors and shapes, you will want to do it again. And,…
The more we use technology, the more problems may emerge. That is the nature of the beast. The source of the problem may lie in each solution provider thinking they…
Fall is here. I think! In many ways, it has been a late and slow arrival. The temperatures have been very comfortable, even uncomfortably warm at times. Some rain and,…
I have always enjoyed looking at architectural works and spaces they create, the ideas they convey. I remember the old street in Uskudar where I was born with its Albanian…
The long hot summer started to fade around mid-August. The temperature dropped, lower humidity, more breeze in the air made a few more short walks possible for me. I enjoyed…
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Origins of Kept Light Web Site
Kept Light Photography goes back to 1999 when I started a very simple Web site with a few pages. For a couple of years, it remained like that with static content. But, at that time, visitors to Web sites were very few, only some friends came and looked at them. Take a look at the origins of the Kept Light Photography Web site, please forgive the nonworking Gallery link and its very narrow layout. Hard to believe now, but then, the best monitor resolution was 640 x 480!
Around 2003, I started adding more content and in 2004 added a gallery of photographs from my highly popular and successful exhibit, On Seeing. The content was hand-coded in HTML and I kept it on a campus server at Providence College. As I started to experiment with WordPress, a photography site was a natural candidate and I registered my domain name, keptlight.com and started using an outside hosting company.
Since around 2003 or 2004, Kept Light Photography has had tens of thousands of visitors from all over the world and I added significantly more content. As of October 2020, there are over 700 posts including the very first few articles that carry the date of 2003 and 2004. I hope that you spend a little time exploring the site structure and find content that may be of interest to you.
Thank you for visiting Kept Light Photography.