I was slow to change from film to digital, mostly because digital cameras were so much slower than film cameras. But fine art photography has always been the step-child of the amateur photography market.
As that market moves, it brings me along. The major advantage of digital, like the Itek process in its day, is the speed of seeing the image. Photographing is asking, “How does that look?” You have to see the image to answer that question. With digital I see the images on a monitor the day I shot them. Knowing I’m going to see my answers very soon encourages me to try things.
The result is that I make a lot of terrible pictures. But like Cartier Bresson said, “You have to make plenty of milk to get a little cheese.”