Upload & Sell: Off
Well, at least you 'smiled' when you said it.
I shot film professionally for 30+ years - 35mm, MF, LF. Stopped using it around 2003. The expense of maintaining a B&W darkroom - the various chemicals, printing paper, space & time required ... the whole thing ended up more a chore then a joy. Eventually I used a lab to process all my work, most of it shot on color transparency film. I remember the arguments against digital soon after it was introduced, most of it true until around 2005/6 or about the time a decent full-frame digital camera was available. After that point it became harder to make a case for film unless wall size prints were required. It might be beneficial for some to experience the whole photography trip (again) by shooting film and processing it, but I've learned it is all about the final image, not the steps taken to get there.
Cole Thompson, an internationally recognized photographer, shoots digital only. His final images are like Ansel Adams... and is much more diversified IMO.