This weekend I broke my own photography records:
2687 pictures taken, 1700 RAW pictures converted. I spent literally eight hours shooting (wedding, personal portraits photo shoot, covering an event at a nearby village) as well as five hours working RAW files (the wedding)
You understand how hard it was...
My personal record was around 1650 images in one evening in May '16 (a highly paid shooting for a client). I distilled them down to 580 later. Thankfully I only shoot JPEG but I cranked up the quality for these (so the remaining 580 are still 5GB in size). I did process every decent shot that I put on a flash stick for the client though (cropping + levels + curves + tilt correction where applicable). It was a, to put it mildly, exhausting experience.
A similar thing happened in Aug. '14 when I was shooting the Night of Light event out in the Gatchina park. Being very unsure of what I need to get, and also very apprehensive about the quality of the images, I overshot massively, ending up with around 1300 images (later culled down to 284, 2.2 GB in total). This time I needed to get them out of the gate pronto - the event was on Saturday but I had to get them done by Monday morning - so the entire Sunday was spent sorting, decimating and processing the pictures.
Another of my personal records is the longest exposure time: 2751 seconds (45 minutes 51 seconds), achieved when shooting astro landscapes (what else). I ended up OVEREXPOSING the night sky though. :blink: