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Okay, putting on my serious hat, the way I shoot Delta 3200 is to maximise the shadows, and even push the shapes into full black silhouettes, with less regard for critical sharpness (Afterall I am after the luscious grain shining through and it _is_ ISO 3200 film). It works very well for the effect and end result that I want, but unfortunately not so much for others.
In other words, I use it as a specialised tool. Which is why I don't often shoot with it, only those which I can pre-visualise or that I've somehow stumbled upon those that can match the aesthetic that I have in mind.
So sometimes I don't meter but go into a scene with the best I can handhold (1/FL or less), and hope for the best (like 'late night pastafarian' a few pages back, didn't want to linger in the alleyway for far too long). There's a lot of latitude in the film anyway, and/or at least how the fella who processes them for me has got them out that way. I'm also happy to shoot in A mode for streets - I am of the opinion that the moment for those are far too precious than the technicals.
Coming back to 'free coffee day' (and every other scene for that matter), there's no magical setting for indoors or otherwise. The mall is darker than most (it's supposed to be a luxury mall), it was morning, it's naturally-lit by those monstrous skylights up in the ceiling. If I'm not wrong, I made do with f/4 and 1/50, the latter because I was in a rush, just wrapped up a meeting and my boss wasn't going to wait for me to take a shot of the cafe, had two cups of coffee which is more than my daily quota, and shooting through glass. You learn and adapt, though admittedly I can't read the light consistently as I should/want to.
I must say that I'm very glad I had the experience and luxury of wanton experimentation from digital; those lessons served me well in film. My mind, body, fingers and composure now automatically compensate for the mistakes I might or would have made. And oddly, because it's film, I beat myself up less, knowing I did the best I could, que sera sera