I cam across another blog the other day. And the question that they posed was simple "Does shooting film make you a better photographer?". Now I feel there are many answers to that, hundreds of different aspects that could be considered before giving a well thought out answer. But what reason did they give?
"By limiting the number of images per roll, you instinctively become more aware of each image as an overall composition. If you don’t, you’ll find your wallet empty much faster."
And that was it. I wouldn't call it a wrong answer... but why did they feel the need to limit it so much? I am no stranger to film. I love learning about the different cameras and formats of film that each one takes. How they use to formats differently. Yet there is still so much for me to learn. I am a complete amateur when it comes to darkroom work. Not to mention that I can't even fathom using a color enlarger, or even developing color film. Some of these things are simply beyond my grasp (and pocketbook).
Either way. In the near future I will tackle this question again. Only with much more depth and thought put into the answer. Stay tuned.