I have been writing on this site since 2003 at different levels of frequency. Even then, it is a modest site in terms of sheer number of posts, as of January 25, 2015 there are 470 posts. I emphasize the depth of each article which makes them long, sometimes perhaps too long. But I would rather leave the option of skipping some material to the reader, just as my students used to do in textbooks ;-)
All the posts fit at least in one, sometimes more than one, of the 12 categories. One of them, Featured Posts, is for displaying posts on the home page and there is nothing unique about the category since they all go through it. So, you may skip that as I skipped listing it below.
By following the category links on the sidebar you may view all the posts that fall under that group in reverse chronology order. I have also RSS feeds for each of the categories which you may put on your site if you like. The process is fairly simple, at least in the WordPress world. Below you will see all the RSS feeds as links. Click on the links which will open in a new window and show the recent posts under it. You can copy the link from your browser, add an RSS widget to your sidebar, footer, or other widget-ready area in your theme and paste the feed URL into the appropriate field. After saving the widget you, and your visitors should see the most recent posts added to Kept Light Photography as a listing.
Computer – Posts related to computers, hardware, software
Dance – Writing and photographs about dance, ballet
Exhibits & Publications – As the name says
Family – Posts about my family and friends
Gear – Various photographic gear, software, camera, lens, etc.
General – General topics, marketing, reporting problems, etc.
Lightroom – Matters related to Lightroom, techniques, tutorials
Photography – My views and writings on photography and my work
Photoshop – Various tools, techniques, software, and Photoshop related matters
Travel – Photographs from my travels, mostly to Turkey and Utah
WordPress – Information and writings on WordPress and related matters
Additionally, the following will offer a global coverage:
All posts – All Posts
All Comments – All comments on all posts
When you click on the above links they will all open in a new window. Depending on your browser, the window where the RSS page shows may even offer you to “Subscribe” to that feed. On Firefox that ends up on the Bookmarks Toolbar. Of course this is not a substitute for e-mail notifications when I have a new post, you will see a subscribe for new posts widget on the sidebar.