Film still has a loyal following, but many of those who use it shoot a hybrid of 35mm digital and medium or large format film. This great video examines whether the cheaper and more convenient 35mm film format is still worth shooting nowadays.
Coming to you from Steve O'Nions, this great video examines if it's worthwhile shooting 35mm film in landscape photography these days. You often see landscape photographers who still use film shooting on medium or large format cameras, both for the extra resolution and control (in the case of large format) that they provide, but doing so requires specialized equipment and a completely separate kit. The nice thing about 35mm is that depending on your gear, you can possibly spend maybe $30 on a camera and some film, then be off and running with the lenses you already own. For example, Canon has a myriad of film cameras compatible with EF lenses. I bought an old Elan off eBay for about $15, and it had no problem autofocusing with my collection of lenses. And personally, no matter how good digital gets, I still absolutely adore shooting a roll of Velvia 50, especially now that fall is coming up and the leaves will be turning. It's also interesting to see just how large a print O'Nions is able to make from a 35mm negative. Check out the video above to see his process.