Imagine what you can achieved with a polariod transfer or a 8x10 paper negative, with a pin hole camera, something that would give a potential Art buyer a second serious thought.
Perhaps there will be many issues involved in distinguishing a "real" photographer from a bunch of "clicking" digital cameraman producing a bunch of shots in just a couple of seconds.
Isn't the real "Art" photography comes from the learning of kicking much hours in the wet darkroom where the magic of the latent images are being produced on erotic photo sensitive papers and other materials.
Most digital artists/technical experts are able to manipulate with ease a digital image pixel by pixel, layers over
layers using powerful image manipulation software but are useless when given a real film large format camera with movement.
Film will not die and so are the precious glass-plate outlets so profusely adored at many serious photography workshops held in Paris and New York.