As has been discussed here but not really narrowed down, photography is a multifaceted craft.

There's the camera/exposure aspect, then there is the artistic composition aspect, then there is the making of a print aspect which branches off considerably into a whole new set of skills.

So where to start. Obviously with a camera and learn that technique and craft.

Then you move to making some sort of print. If analog there are a lot of avenues that can take a lifetime to perfect. If digital, photoshop/computer programs is an ever evolving set of skills and craft to learn.

Then once you have a print, there is the critique to learn composition etc. Which hopefully will transition back into SEEING when originally looking through the viewfinder.

So the OP is a bit too ambiguous to really nail down to analog vs digital.