I have closed the park down many times, and you seriously get and hour to an hour and a half of time to shoot--mayb two hours if you are lucky. Anywho, more shots the better.
I honestly think that more of your single exposure shots have turned out just as good, but honestly most of the time better, than my 9 shot exposures (due to sharpness). Again, talent and an understanding of photography rules this.
Most importantly, I agree that this is art and it is all about preference. Some will like one style while some will like another.
Lastly, I respect you and Mike so much that I don't want to sound judgemental. Seriously, I have looked and learned from your and Mikes posts more than any other on the web or you tube. I love any discussion, or disagreement, more than aything. I think it betters everyone.
I really don't think you're wrong (there's not necessarily a right/wrong/one-size-fits-all answer), I'm just explaining my approach. I'm lazy and approach photography from somewhat of a cost/benefit perspective.[/QUOTE]