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The Picture Of The Day (Sony a7 II) + 6 Also-Rans — January 27, 2019.

by Anura Guruge


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reflections of a volvo tractor Anura Guruge Sony a7 II


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30,000th Picture With My Full-Frame Sony a7 II.

by Anura Guruge


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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:

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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).


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Boston, ‘Museum of Science’, In 25 Pictures — Saturday, January 12, 2019.

by Anura Guruge


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We went to Boston, on Saturday, January 12, 2019, for the last day of ‘Durgin Park‘. But, given we are members (of long-standing) of the ‘Museum of Science‘ it would have been crazy not to spend some time there as well. And that is exactly what we did, and as ever it was worthwhile and rewarding. Plus, as members we get discounted parking; $22 for 9-hours (which by Boston standards is not too bad).

I took more pictures — many more. But, just wanted to share a few with you. Enjoy.

 


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