I am still playing with the Nikon FE with film. Not taking a lot of pictures, mind: the moment I touch a film camera, my old film skills come back. Including:
- “Don’t shoot unless you mean to, because every click costs a dollar”.
- Manual focus, where you want.
- Meter carefully: no second chances.
- Frame carefully: no post work.
Those are skills that are still very valuable; in fact they are skills you should have even when shooting digital. So perhaps your next self-assignment should be: shoot with manual focus for a day or two, and do not allow yourself the luxury of cropping in “post”. Pretend to shoot film!