When I take photos I'm usually in a hurry. In that quick moment I need to have a camera that could keep up. So about a year ago I found one. The Pentax Spotmatic. It's an analog SLR 35mm camera which I got for just 20 Euros that includes a 58mm Helios lens. I love the camera 'cause it's robust, it got a TTL and works really well. During day time I often use my Rollei RPX400. I think the film for it cost around 3.50 Euro. For night time shoot I use the Ilford 3200 and push it up to 6400 or 12800. It's a bit expensive though at 7 Euro. It comes with 35 frames, you just need to think really hard on what type of images you want to make the most of it.
I develop them at home with Rodinal then get the negatives scanned at the Art Academy with an Imacon scanner. Before I was even allowed to use the scanner I'd just simply took a photo of the negatives digitally and process the images from there.
One of the great things about film photography is its limitations. Such limitations often leads to new inventions. Going analog gives you the opportunity to just concentrate on what's important. Hopefully to a point where you just take a photo and know immediately that it's already perfect without you having to edit it anymore. This is not Hollywood, so imperfections can be a privilege.
Most photographers today started with analog photography before using digital cameras. I started working with digital photography then after a year or something I decided to do analog photography because I wanted to take a risk... an adventure. And it still feels like it is even today.