Make prints that is.
I have a confession to make. In spite of the fact that I have a wonderful printer (Epson 3800), I rarely make prints. In the old days, before my photographic experience was lit by the soft glow of an LCD panel, the natural conclusion in a photographic expedition was a print. Now, I seem content to process the file and simply catalog it in Lightroom, occasionally sharing it electronically with friends or in forums, or more rarely to include it as a file in one of my design projects.
So I'm curious about how others view printing and how often you make prints of your final images. Do you save them up and make prints in batches? Or do you print each worthy image as a natural part of your workflow? Are you displaying your prints? Framing and matting them?
Long ago I was employed as a custom B&W printer for many years and have probably made over 10,000 paper prints by conventional darkroom methods. But since returning to photography a little over a year ago, I have produced less than 25 prints. I really want to break through what seems to be a mental block of some kind.
I'd enjoy hearing about your experience with printing in the digital age.