I ran Lightroom Analytics on my 2014 images. There were no surprises here, as I have moved to using the Olympus OMD EM5 when I travel. Most of the time I use the Olympus 12-40mm f/2.8 lens; in fact it seems to be glued to my camera body. The aperture and focal length data for the year also reflect a style of landscape shooting. The data also reveals that I am relying on Aperture priority, but that should change as I have updated the MySet for tripod shooting to use manual mode last fall.
I use my Canon system for events like the Ludwig’s Corner Horse Show and product shots for my wife’s web site. The event photos are in this catalog, but my wife’s work and our dog photos live in another catalog, which is still heavily Canon.
It seems that Lightroom Analytics has fallen off the earth, which is a shame because it is well done and quite useful. You can retrieve it from the WayBack Machine.