I went to a party over the weekend with a group that went with me and my wife to Greece and Turkey last June. We did some catching up since the trip. When the email was circulating on who is going to bring what to our potluck, my fellow analog photographer friend said he had no photos to show since he shot mostly film. I shot both, but I shot 20 rolls of film and processed them already. He told me that with his job that where he works and travels so much, he doesn't have time to process the film and he seriously thinking about going digital.
As I mentioned, I processed all my film, but they're still in sleeves until I can get some darkroom printing time. All I did was scan the negs.
My question is how does analog photography fit with your modern life? As for me, It's very hard to process film and print with my life. I currently have a full time job, a wife and I'm also caring for an elderly mother. But my I plan to retire in 7 years or less so I can do more analog photography. I hate to admit this, I get my photography fix with my Iphone.