It’s that time of the year again. And somehow this year was weirder than 2019. Fewer photos taken, dancing around Covid, my first 52 Portraits project (more on that later.) It was just another strange year for me and photography.
So lets break it down a bit…
|Most Used Camera||Sony A7R M3||Sony A7R M3|
|Most Used Lens||Sony FE 50mm 1.8||Sony FE 50mm 1.8|
|Most Used ISO||100||100|
|Most Used Aperture||ƒ/1.8||ƒ/5.6|
|Most Used Shutter Speed||1/1000||1/250|
|Most Used Focal Length||4mm||4mm|
|Black and White Photos||1,382||317|
Most used cameras didn’t change much between 2019 and 2020. My main camera is still the A7R3, the little HX-99 is my standard point and shoot, and the iPhone XS got a lot of love again. Nothing out of the ordinary there.
The biggest thing I’ve noticed since I moved back to Montana is the reduction in the number of photos I take. I know it’s not about quantity by itself, but as an indicator of how I’m spending my year, it says something. I need to shoot more.
I’ll start a new 52 Portrait project this year, and will start exploring other photo projects I can work on even without the plethora of models I was surrounded by in Portland. I’m still not overly inspired by landscapes, so I’ll just have to get creative.
Here’s to a better 2021.