I decided to run a review of my photo history with Exposure Plot.
It seems I shoot more with ISO 400 at f/5.6 at 1/125sec at either 28mm or 70mm.
Interesting to see how ones lens collection impacts on how one shoots.
I reviewed my entire photo catalogue and then different folders at random. Not hard to tell when I got a new lens , but not just how my focal length suddenly changed but also the aperture and shutter preferences.
Most of my lenses ar f/2.8 and apart from a small percentage wide open, I seem to favour f/5.6.
Since I got the K20D it seems to be f/8, 1/200sec and ISO400 (still)
A while ago, I ran ExposurePlot on my vacation photos from Disney World with my *ist DL, there were about 2,500 photos and the interesting thing was that just under 50% were taken with my then-new 50mm F1.4. ISO 200 was the highest ISO, and apertures were all over the map - F8 being the most used and "F0" the next highest - those were my Zenitar photos.
I am currently processing the over 4,000 pics from my latest trip there with my K20D and six lenses, and am planning to run ExposurePlot once I'm finished.