I shoot with film and digital cameras. I have never thought that you have to choose one over the other as so many people seem to do these days.
The reality is that they are both valid tools and one does not cancel the other out. There is a definite difference between the results of the two.
Perhaps you could say that it’s like the difference between oil and acrylic paints. When a photo is viewed on paper, the difference between film and digital becomes more apparent than when seen on computer.
I make it a practice to make the occasional print of my digital work and to compare what I see on my computer monitor vs what I see on paper.
Can you see the difference between the two? In part two I write about the difference between shooting analog and digital.