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    How many pictures this airshow

    Obviously I once again won the highest shutter count as usual, I am curious how many photos did you take the entire airshow week?
    The three most common expressions in aviation are, "Why is it doing that?", "Where are we?" and "Oh Crap".

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    4,926 over 6 days.

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    Lightroom tells me 2546 but that will drop considerably when I finish culling them. And while at FRG on Sunday, I also did a bit of JFK arrivals spotting so they shouldn't count...
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    I was there Sunday from 9:30AM to 3:00PM. Took 446 shots (I spent a lot of time just watching and sitting with my girlfriend, and I wasn't at the museum itself).

    After culling, I've got 79 left (I'm a little OCD, so I keep a max of 3 shots per aircraft).

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    3 pictures and 3 videos only, all saturday night.
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    In the ballpark of 2000.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wunaladreamin View Post
    5204. Ill be editing FOREVER! :(
    I did that much in 3 hours! Lol

    Anyone else? Also, does anyone want to guess REALISTICLY how many I shot? Please do not post if I told you already....
    The three most common expressions in aviation are, "Why is it doing that?", "Where are we?" and "Oh Crap".

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    I'll say 15,000 Fred
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    I'll go with 28,000, although that's about how much I shoot in a year or two.
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    Fred, I have to say, I "heard" you when we shot the Wounded Warrior crossing 19 on return from its fly-by... that ONE burst alone was like 30 frames... now, let's say I used some basic math... I say 25920 on the conservative side :-)

    The formula? ok, don't spam me LOL

    30 frames every 5 minutes for 24 hours times three days...

    if I used seven days the number jumps to a whopping: 60,480 frames give or take 1,000 frames
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