Shooting on both film and digital
After I got a scanner for my slides, negatives, and prints, I decided to get a film camera so I could continue using it. I started out shooting on film but then moved to digital for some of its practical advantages. But I have rediscovered many of the virtues of film. There are a wide variety of wonderful films to choose from. I enioy using very high speed films so I do not have to use flash; these films are even more sensitive to light than the NightShot mode on my Sony DSC-F828 and can pushed by two stops. Also, there are films which exaggerate saturation and contrast (though I won't deny these effects can be duplicated in Photoshop). Anyways, I think both ways of shooting are great and one should not be discounted over the other.