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30,000th picture — January 26, 2019.
20,000th picture — June 26, 2018.
10,000th picture — August 16, 2017.
1st picture with my a7 II camera — May 10, 2017.
Since I got back into photography in 2014, this is the longest I have held onto a camera. 1 year, 8 months & 2 weeks –> 626 days. Wow. I am impressed with myself. I had told myself — and possibly even you — that I was going to sell it once I had taken 20,000 pictures and completed my ‘next’ book. Well, I have now taken 30,000 pictures and completed at least two books.
30,000 pictures. This is a record for I — by a long chalk.
30,000 pictures in 626 days. That comes to 48 pictures a day!
But, here is the kicker. Though I take pictures each and every day, without fail, I do NOT use the Sony a7 II every day. Today, for example, was the first time I had used it in 13-days!
Since I have had the a7 II I have always had AT LEAST two other cameras (my Google Pixel 2 mainly a camera rather than a phone). And since getting the Google Pixel 2, on Christmas 2017, I tend to use it more than the a7. That is quite an endorsement for the Google Pixel 2.
So, here is how it worked out:
So, how many pictures do I take in total, in a given year, across all my cameras.
2017 — 29,322 pictures
2018 — 26,625 pictures
2019 — 1,173 in 26 days (45 a day).
Check Categories ‘Sony’ & ‘Six Images’.