Though I've been taking pictures since a young kid, I'm just in last few years trying to really learn the technical stuff instead of shooting in full auto. I'm reading, watching, practicing and spending lots on film and processing but getting better slowly. My final goal to do professional wedding photography and baby / children photography. It is often suggested that I invest in a digital. (I've been tempted as with digital I'd be more inclined to take on some small jobs, but afraid I would start to rely on the viewfinder and never really keep learning) I was a second shooter last wedding season and took pretty good pictures, but when I shoot with film, my results are inconsistent (I guess because I am practicing with diff settings) When I first joined PN almost a year ago, I was encouraged to learn on film. Now that I've been practicing so much, it gets frustrating and I am trying to remember why I am doing this on film? Can someone just refresh my memory and keep me on the film track? Thanks!