Another idea came from sports photographers, who, during days of shooting film, use to challenge their friends to a friendly game of First Frame. The first frame on their roll of film was the photo that went up against their opponents to see who got a better shot. What this game did was force the photographer to watch the game for a little bit, pay close attention to angles, light, anticipate the action and then and only then make the photograph. Slow yourself down, don’t take a photograph just because, make an image that you have put some thought and consideration into. Just because your camera has a motor drive doesn’t mean you have to fill the buffer. Once you have taken photographs, look over the exif data to see what you could change to improve on your original image. Taking your time, you will evolve into a better photographer and your images will be your proof.