Sat 01-Dec-12 01:14 AM | edited Sat 01-Dec-12 01:17 AM by ZoneV
The majority of the photographs I've taken over the past 6 months have been photojournalism for publication, or documentation of various projects (a construction project and a lawn renovation). So I've been using DSLRs and sometimes my coolpix for the published photos, and mostly the coolpix for the documentation photos. I did use the F3 for some of the documentation photos this past summer though, because I needed a very wide angle of view. I put maybe 4 or 5 rolls through the F3 for that over the summer. And then I did personal photography once this summer, and I used the F4 for that, and shot like ten rolls in a few hours time. So I voted for once or twice a year...the F3 got used maybe twice, and the FE2 I'm not even sure if I used at all this year.
Mon 03-Dec-12 03:28 AM | edited Mon 03-Dec-12 03:29 AM by James23p
I understand there are few choices but we are only allowed to have so many choices when creating a poll. I would average out how many rolls I used by 12 months I guess, thats what I did because like many I shoot in bunches.
I guess a better poll would be how many rolls of film do you shoot in a year. Hmm that does sound better maybe next month I will use that format.
I shoot 100 or more rolls of film a year, about 90% of that 35mm. I'm evenly split between MF and AF. I shoot a few hundred *frames* of digital a year. Those ratios probably will not change much until I just can't get film anymore, and that will be a while because I have a freezer full.