Just outta interest how much film do you guess you have used for 2016? Like to know how much this has changed from the 100% film days. Like for like. So including casuals and those you are asked to take for others like it was in the film days. Not including very casual stuff or you photograph your pot plant to ask the garden centre etc .. but again including meaningful casuals selfies I mean in the film days people sat together got their photo taken around meal times or anywhere else. I scan my film into Lightroom and all my digital RAW images goes into a single folder, the casual stuff like testing and auction photographs are moved to a "adhoc folder". 2016 for me: Digital RAW 2187 (of this 160 were for other people re: social events and big days etc). B/W film 397 Color slide film 111 18% was film or around 21% if you exclude photography done for others. At home I usually shoot 1 roll a month kinda thing. Admittedly slide film is expensive and restrictive in use. Being in New Zealand I also have to import from the USA and export for processing. B/W I develop myself but the chemistry do cost 2x to B&H. Edit - for 2016 apart from a single 3 day weekend that I used digital, I only had a~10 day trip to Asia which I used slide film and b/w film; and digital but obviously I only took a single camera out with me. The 38 degrees Celsius weather also didn't help. Cheers.