My Photographic Year In Review | Dennis A. Mook

At the beginning of each year, I take stock in what photographic imaging I have done in the previous year and conduct a bit of analysis to better understand what cameras, lenses, focal lengths, ISOs, apertures and shutter speeds I have used most.  I also look at how many images I have made over the year.  All of this gives me a little better understanding of my vision and allows me to compare, year to year, changes I may find in my photography.  I learn something about myself, where I have been and where I may be going.  I don’t believe in not understanding where one is going, so I want to understand my own photography as much as possible. I have now done the same for 2015.  Here is what I have found and how it compares to previous years…….


Fuji X-T1

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