How is your photography in 2017?
Time change, People change, and photography also change.
You probably do not notice that your photography has been changing a little bit in every year. The changes can cause by getting a new lens, new jobs, or going to new places. How can we see the changes? Numbers? YES LET'S LOOK AT THE NUMBERS!
Since 2015, I haven't deleted any picture from my Adobe Lightroom Catalog. As now, I have 157,027 pictures. And I have to be honest with you. I regret that I deleted most of my RAW files before 2015 and that's one of my biggest mistake in photography.
You can find meta date from Library > Grid View > the meta data bar will show on the top of the Grid View.
What do I learn from these data?
- 33% more pictures are taken in 2017 than 2016.
- 41% of pictures is f/2 in 2017.
- 50% of pictures is taken with 35 mm in 2017.
- 40.% of pictures is taken with 85 mm in 2017.
- 64.% of pictures is taken between ISO 100-800.
- 164% of pictures is taken more at 17 mm because I started traveling in 2017.
You can call me a nerd but I have fun looking on this numbers. I love seeing my changes, and improvements.