Digital images seem to be the current flavor for most work being done today, but I know personally of a few holdouts that still use "old fashioned" film for weddings and portraits by their own preference based on "the look" and their own particular workflow. What I don't have a good feel for is if it is being used by preference or at a clients request in other markets such as advertising/commercial or other types of media uses. Where there is a broad spectrum of photographers in this forum, I thought it would be interesting if you're still using film in anyway to produce an income from its use, "what kind of market is it being used for and is it by your own preference or at the request of a client". This question comes about from a discussion in another forum regarding the worth of a photography school still teaching the craft of film in part of the curriculum versus eliminating it altogether and teaching only digital. My gut feeling is that teaching something about film still does have some value in some markets even though it has diminished significantly.