I started collecting camera's about 30 years ago.
After all these years, I collected all kinds of fotographica as well as a large set of books about photography.
My most used format is 35mm. I usually shoot 1 B&W film a week.
Since a few years, I develop my films with growing succes. My most used process is shooting-developing-scanning-printing.
I also own several large format lenses (most of them from the area before 1950) and I build a camera's to use them. Since a few years, I use old processes in combination with my LF and ULF camera's. Even if it's just for the magic of the chemisty, creating an image on a paper. Enjoy the sun whil you sit back and relax: making a salt print or a cyano print is best done with a drink in one hand and a book in the other hand.
I don't use digital camera's (except for a Leica Digilux), perhaps one day? After all, a camera is just a lens, a black box and a sensitive surface.
I don't like to fotoshop an image. Most of my prints are just as I shot them.