Quote Originally Posted by Tom Stanworth
Absolutely and you are not alone. I am (attempting) to go full-time pro and intend to aim myself at this market too (usual commercial array incl weddings etc). Analogue is definitely still there as a (small) commercial viabilty and often sought after as digital has 'taken over'.
One quick thought. It seems that if we continue to use analog methods, then we need to accept both its strenghts and its limitations. You can't complete with digital for turn-around time, so we need to emphasis quality first.