Quote Originally Posted by Nikanon View Post
I grew up photographically with the idea of making every shot count and be very intentional.
Quote Originally Posted by Nikanon View Post
Most of the time I find myself photographing 8 rolls of film on a single street corner in a time frame of about 8-15 minutes.
Exposing 8 (36 exp) rolls in 8 minutes would be making one exposure every 1.7 seconds, non-stop. But that doesn't factor in the need to also reload seven new rolls in that same time frame. If you can reload in, say, 30 seconds flat, that removes an additional 3.5 minutes, leaving only 4.5 minutes for 288 frames, or 0.9375 seconds per exposure, non-stop.

I think our respective definitions of "making every shot count" and being "very intentional" are worlds apart.