Following on from my reminiscing in my earlier thread (a work in progress). I was sat today thinking about my Uni and College days (late 80's) and how a project was for us going out with a 36 exposure roll of XP1 and handing the subsequent negatives to a darkroom technician at the end of the day for us to see and get marked on the following day. Same as working football touchlines, images are wired to the office and I get no input, most are put out for sale with very little manipulation. Bristolpete and tobers will probably agree with me here, I took pictures for the taking of a picture (see I still cant get used to using the word image) the capturing of the moment, and once I have seen that picture on the screen on the back of the camera (used to be a lightbox), then Im just looking to get the next image. Ive had a large number of PM's and emails since my last thread, all asking the same questions, 'how do I?', well I would say look at the title of this thread, just try go out and get a picture does not matter of what, just pop the camera in single shot and limit yourself to 36 clicks, see how you do. Even better by a throw away and remember the good old days of 36 exposures no photoshop.