Well, I am viewing photos I shot one year ago and realize they totally suck. I am deleting the out of focus/unsharp photos as hard drive space is ultra valuable. Thanks to many of the photographers posting in this section who pointed this out to me free of charge! So, how many photographers view older photos and delete them on a regular basis? I'm being careful, just because the photos aren't on a professional level, they are essentially part of my footprint as a photographer. Are there any different takes on that? Furthermore, my keeper percentage has decreased significantly during this period. Not that I nail the perfect shot per se, but I thought that keeping 35-50% of my photos was fairly common. Also, I read the thread a few weeks in which the OP asked what is the percentage of keepers in people's daily or weekly shoots. I was sorta surprised by a 10% keeper rate. I understand that I am slowly becoming a better photographer, if not a more judgmental one. Lastly, is their an event or photo that you would like to use a 'do over'?