I learned photography in the early 1970s on a Konica I and my high school's Mamiya Sekor 1000DTL. I mostly shot Tri-X, often pushed to 1200. I developed film (in D76) and printed using a serviceable enlarger on polycontrast resin paper (never my best skill) for the yearbook. Later in life, I purchased a Nikon Coolscan V and got used to the workflow of taking the pictures with my film cameras, developing the black and white and taking the color to local photofinishers, scanning the black and white and color negatives and slides, editing the resulting photos in Photoshop, and then printing on the Epson. Then digital came along. Now the workflow was much simpler. Go out and shoot the digitals onto cards, come back and plug them into Photoshop at first, and then Aperture, edit them, and post some. I didn't bother printing anymore. Mainly because those Epson printers required regular use or they dried up and became useless, and because the ink was so expensive. Recently I got back into photography and took out some of my film cameras for exercise. This necessitated that I step back into my previous workflow with the need to buy chemistry, develop the film, scan the negatives, and edit and post them. It was interesting to remember how different the experience is. Developing black and white is a kind of magic, to see the images on the roll after you finish the developing. You're never sure if the shots will look good, while shoot digitally allows you to check the image on the rear screen. The whole developing process, and the scanning process is time consuming and slow, but there's still a certain joy of discovery that is perhaps greater for being delayed? How has your workflow changed during the time you have been taking pictures? What are your thoughts on whether it feels better now than it used to, or do you miss what you used to do in the old days? How do you feel about what things are like these days? What do you prefer from your earlier workflows? What are you grateful for in the present?