It’s the end of April, so life’s photojournal and stats pages have been updated.
I’ve added five new people to stats this time around, from a lot of different places in my life. Yay variety?
First photo of William:
February 18, 2006 at the SCS Talent Show.
First photo of Kayleigh:
August 8, 2011 at our apartment.
First photo of Dan:
April 16, 2011 in the UC eating free donuts from buggy.
First photo of Marina:
April 17, 2010 in the UC (in very edge of the photo).
First photo of Steven:
June 27, 2008 at the 154 Release Party in Golden Gate Park.
I also haven’t updated camera stats in a while, and I’ve gotten a new camera (my iPod Touch) since then. Photoshop Album reports 425,113 photos, so we’ve also hit our 425,000 photo milestone. This is an unusual confluence of my every-4-month people stat days and every-25,000-photo camera stat days, but so it goes.
Here’s the 425,000th photo, taken on April 29, 2017:
This is David, Jim, and Kathleen just before we did the Imaginarium’s escape room.
Speaking of the escape room, we did an escape room on Saturday. It went really well… apparently we set a new record or something?
(I think that’s the remaining time in our hour… we had a 30 minute warning at one point.)
Here’s individual camera stats, including all cameras for comparison
|Intel Pocket PC camera||October 6, 2000 – September 18, 2003||1077 days; 2.95 years||15,829 photos||$200||14.7 photos per day||1.26¢ per photo|
|Olympus C3000 Zoom||September 28, 2001 – December 5, 2003||798 days; 2.186 years||10,647 photos||$450||13.3 photos per day||4.23¢ per photo|
|Kodak Easyshare DX6490||December 8, 2003 – March 17, 2006||830 days; 2.274 years||49,413 photos||$500||59.5 photos per day||1.01¢ per photo|
|Nikon D50||March 22, 2006 – November 15, 2009||1334 days; 3.655 years||105,067 photos||$570||78.8 photos per day||0.54¢ per photo|
|+$250 repair cost||0.78¢ per photo|
|106,916 shutter releases||$570||80.15 shutter releases per day||0.533¢ per shutter release|
|+$250 repair cost||0.77¢ per shutter release|
|Samsung SL30||July 27, 2009 – December 1, 2016||2684 days; 7.35 years||21,616 photos||$70||8.05 photos per day||0.32¢ per photo|
|February 26, 2010 – April 29, 2017||2619 days; 7.17 years||204,568 photos||$780||78.11 photos per day||0.38¢ per photo|
|275,693 shutter releases||105.27 shutter releases per day||0.28¢ per shutter release|
|iPhone 5||June 23, 2013 – December 23, 2014||548 days; 1.5 years||130 photos||$0
(Provided by work)
|0.24 photos per day||0.00¢ per photo|
|149 shutter releases||0.27 shutter releases per day||0.00¢ per shutter release|
|iPhone 6 Plus
|January 8, 2015 – April 15, 2017||828 days; 2.27 years||3398 photos||$0
(Provided by work)
|4.10 photos per day||0.00¢ per photo|
|11,070 shutter releases||13.37 shutter releases per day||0.00¢ per shutter release|
|December 2, 2015 – April 30, 2017||515 days; 1.41 years||12,064 photos||$620||22.98 photos per day||5.14¢ per photo|
|27,297 shutter releases||53.00 shutter releases per day||2.27¢ per shutter release|
|iPod Touch 6
|December 2, 2017 – April 30, 2017||216 days; 0.59 years||2265 photos||$160||10.49 photos per day||7.06¢ per photo|
|23,385 shutter releases||108.26 shutter releases per day||0.68¢ per shutter release|
Looks like I’m getting even better at discarding photos. The fact that I’ve not had to buy a new hard drive in a while, despite the larger filesizes of my new camera, is testament to that.
I’m particularly amused by the fact that I keep less than 10% of the photos from my iPod. This is perhaps not too surprising given how many of them come out blurry, but it’s nice to see that in actual numbers.
Here are the dates on which I took each 25,000th photo as well as the number of days between each 25,000th photo.
|January 12, 2004||October 20, 2004||April 10, 2006||April 20, 2007||December 4, 2007||February 7, 2009|
|282 days||537 days||375 days||228 days||431 days|
|February 7, 2009||July 4, 2009||April 14, 2010||September 4, 2010||June 23, 2011||December 23, 2011|
|147 days||284 days||143 days||292 days||183 days|
|December 23, 2011||August 24, 2012||June 2, 2013||February 17, 2014||March 21, 2015||November 13, 2015|
|245 days||282 days||260 days||397 days||237 days|
|November 13, 2015||April 29, 2017|
And the usual graphs… Number of photos taken by month, log scale y-axis:
Same thing but with a linear y-axis (second graph only includes time after graduation from CMU):
I like how there’s always a spike around Carnival time. I guess that’s when everyone comes back and buggy and food and event things happen.
Total number of photos taken through time (second graph only includes time after graduation from CMU):
And amount of time between 1000 photos (second graph only includes time after graduation from CMU, so it starts at 131,000):