As much as I love my new digital Canon and my iPhoto albums, there's one thing I miss from the days of film photography. When you put a Kodachrome film in your camera, you knew you were rather limited to 36 photos which made you value every single shot. There were two costs elements associated to amateaur phtography: the price of the film and the price of developing. That forced you to be more attentive, selecting the right angle, the right moment, the right aperture, the right shutter speed, right lighting.... before the click.
Today, the limitless notion of digital has created a generation of careless photographers who don't value the end result because they can take hundreds of shots and easily delete whatever they don't like. You can see this at any school function. Click... click... click... click.
Yes, technology has brought us amazing rewards for those who love photography like me. Immediately being able to share a special moment with a friend on another continent is priceless. What we shouldn't allow happen is become careless when it comes to photography just because we can shoot thousands of photos and not be worried about the cost at the local photo shop.