I'm not necessarily planning on getting responses, but mainly just thinking aloud. As you see in my signature, I shoot race photography. The photos people are buying aren't necessarily the 'good ones' (artsy, framed right, good color, good contrast) but rather just....all of them. This drives me nuts. If a shot turns out a hair blurry, I will often WANT to discard it immediately, but I don't, because every now and then, those pictures still get bought. And, at $5/4x6, I would have drained a lot of money if I would have deleted photos I didn't think are 'keepers'. For my race track photography, quantity is much more important than quality, as surprising as that sounds. That's what makes the big bucks at the track. Of course, there are a few select drivers who request and truly appreciate the 'artsy' pictures (and I am super thankful for that). It's just an interesting concept. This race photography doesn't STRETCH me to keep getting better and better pictures, but rather to invest the time and resources it takes to get more and more and more pictures. Obviously, I have to focus on quality to an extent, but taking 500 pictures (5 pics per car * 100 cars) per event...quantity becomes a more precedent factor. Is anyone else in this same boat with their style of photography?