Although that sounds like a lot of images, it only averages out to around 4 a day — something which I manage myself most of the time even though my photography skills are pronouncedly average (despite Lifehacker's excellent advice) and I don't have many of the typical incentives to take lots of photos (kids, attractive partner, stunning workplace views). How closely do you hew to the average? Tell us in the comments.
How Many Photos Do You Take A Month?
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