I have an incredible amount of competition in my area. In order to keep food on the table you either have to offer your services at cut throat prices or offer something spectacular that no one else does, or knows how to do. Nearly every wedding photographer around here shoots digital exclusively. Most of them would run and hide if you said the word "darkroom" out loud in their presence. Many wouldn't even know what to do in the darkroom. Film is a profit loser for the most part. Developing the film, making proofs and prints just costs too much these days which is why we have all switched to digital in the first place. Lower costs and quicker turn around and all. I've taken to offering bridal portraits in large format film, as well as a list of alternative processes. This is one I shot last summer. 8x10 film printed in exhausted Kodalith.