For me, the print is the final product. The better the negative, the more choices I have when printing.
Ruth Bernhard had students contribute to a mayonnaise jar whenever they said "shoot", "shot", and "shooting",
to describe the process of making an image. "Capture" might fall in that category.
I just looked through about a thousand negs and hit on something.
The valuable thing is the negative you feel like printing.
When you get in a groove, every roll will have several of these. When you are grasping, you might have a few rolls without even one.