Film vs digital
One of the considerations - perhaps the biggest - when making the jump to film photography is, what can film do that digital cameras can't?
Some people might argue that the "vintage" feel of film can be replicated in post. A lot of people attempt to do that with editing apps.
But the thought process appears to be: Make it grainy, slap on some light leaks and BAM! it's a film aesthetic.
Grain and light leaks have made icons of themselves in the world of film but I think there's more to shooting analog than just that.
Now I won't get too technical about this comparison. I'm not qualified. Petapixel has published numerous in depth articles about this topic.
But I'll let the look and feel of these unretouched film and digital photos speak for themselves.
First & third photos were shot with Konica FP and Agfa Vista 200
Second and fourth photos were taken with Samsung NX-300