I find that I take too many photos. I presume this is a more significant issue for a lot of amatuers now with the proliferation of digital equipment and so I'd be surprised if this question hasn't been asked before . . . but still . . . How do people generally handle the volume of images that can so easily be taken? I tend to take multiple shots of the same thing hoping that one of them turns out better than the others. Do I need an attitude adjustment to be less snappy and more thoughtful? Do most people take loads and then cull out the ones that are less-than-inspiring? How do you decide which ones to delete at the end of the day . . . maybe I'm a just a terrible hoarder but my hardrive is thick with photos that seem like repeat shots but 'might come in handy one day' - or the composure is slightly different from one to the next. Help save my hardrive - it's groaning under the weight!