This survey is more suited for those who shoot with slide films. But digital cam users are welcome also.
I've taken for granted the shoot-view-reshoot convenience of a digital cam so far. Especially useful is the histogram. And using negative films won't tell you much about how good your exposure technique is.
OTOH, shooting slides is a challenge especially when you do fast and unpredictable shots of moving subjects like animals and vehicles. The lighting changes according to where they move to and 2 shots are usually never the same. Any tips anyone?
So the question is: how often do you bracket PER SHOT? With slides, I can't help being paranoid as subtle changes as little as 1/2 or even 1/3 make a difference. It's much easier for "standard" landscape or static shots but certainly not so with difficult animal shots as I mentioned above.