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the last shots of the bay from thursday night. it took me from the end of April to mid August but I have finally filled my 1 gig CF card full with images.
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EvilGentleman: 12th Aug 2006 - 20:43 GMT
It usually takes me about 2 weeks to a month to shoot a gigabyte, but I have sometimes done it in 4 or 5 hours.
zagg: 12th Aug 2006 - 21:56 GMT
it's 800-ish photos to me, and i delete what i know i will not regret deleting.
EvilGentleman: 12th Aug 2006 - 22:16 GMT
I get about 600 pictures to the GB and I never, ever, delete under any circumstances. Many of my best shots are former discards that I saved, and they wound up getting a second chance later on, whenever I choose to go mining my old folders. I do not even delete pure black photos, ever since I almost deleted one, but decided to run it through some graphic program's auto-correct feature first, just to see what I found. What I found was a bunch of faint green, but very recognizable, shots of the aurora borealis, better known as the "northern lights".
zagg: 13th Aug 2006 - 04:47 GMT
well, otherwise 250 of the photos would be photographs of .... ME --- so I'll delete what I certainly dislike, keep what may have an existance later.
Cameo: 14th Sep 2006 - 12:08 GMT
I only get about 125 photos per gig, and that doesn't take long when ever I take out the camera. Hard drive space is cheap.
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