The whole point of taking photos is to view the prints.
And enjoy their artistic, technical, documentary or sentimental values.
At least it used to be like, in case things changed some please pass me the map.
I do print stills. I don't think anything I took on Friday was wall worthy, so the really good ones go up on the wall and on facebook, and the average ones, like what I got on Friday, go up on Facebook so family members can coo and aww about how cute she is and how great of a photog I am. Though, as evidenced by others opinion and my request for advice/suggestions, I know that to not be true.
I try not to take offense at what people are saying when I am asking for help, but I could help but think that she was correctly exposed. And I have take photos of football before and I found that 1/1000 of a second to be a touch slow... and I have taken photos at 1/30 and 1/60 of a second in a skating rink and I found those to be worthless... at the very least not what I was going for.
And it is difficult to see grain in my 3 inch screen... and sharpness, and bokeh... so I go in with a game plan and sometimes it works... and sometimes it does... and then I look to see if it was something I was doing horribly wrong or whether it is simply a limitation of the gear.
So my settings weren't ideal, but I get to do a little trial and error for the next time and I'm comfortable with doing that.