This is a sister thread to another one I posted on whether to process a pile of digital shots immediately, or to keep shooting: https://www.photographerslounge.org/f14/after-400-shots-do-i-keep-shooting-12464/#post94109 Over the weekend, I joined a church retreat up north. It was a great time, and I got over 400 shots with my RX100. I got about 25 on my Pentax ME Super. One event that I was shooting was a game some of the kids were playing called "ga-ga" (no idea where the name comes from, but it's basically a modified game of dodge ball, where the ball is rolled instead of thrown, in a confined area). The kids were running and shouting, and many had brightly colored outfits. RX100 I must have taken about 40-50 shots with my RX100. Click-click-clicking away. But I also tried a couple on my ME Super. With each "click" of the Pentax, I though "well, that's $3." Boy did that slow me down, and really cause me to think about framing. Of course, the Pentax was also 50mm vs. the RX100 that I was shooting wide at 28mm eq, so there was another need for thinking about framing. But with the ME Super, I had to think about what I wanted, wait for the scene to develop, pay attention to what was in front and back, and time the click. I don't know if I was successful or not, but boy was it refreshing! To be forced into thinking about perspective, framing, and subject/background, where I couldn't just "spray and pray." I need to shoot film more often!