Until you get down to the quantum level, all electronic circuits are analog!
Since light and matter exist on a quantum level, all photography is digital. Light and matter exist on a macro-scale as well, so it's also all analog.
Truthfully, your hard drive stores files using magnetic storage, which when passed by a coil of wire induces an analog voltage. It's only the pattern of the storage that represents numbers. So even the phrase "digitally stored pictures" isn't quite accurate either, as it is converted from an analog form to something that represents a number. Also certain digital circuits are really tri-state circuits, not binary. They have a "zero" voltage, a "one" voltage, and a third state called "High Impedance."
Yeah my Electrical Engineering background is coming through.
Most people understand both "film photography" and "analog photography" to mean non-digital capture and storage.