I abandoned digital photography six years ago and never looked back. I shoot with large format and ultra large-format view cameras and at least half of my projects are of the "in-camera photography" type That is, a photographic paper (either positive or negative) is placed in the film holder and exposed. No Talbot's negative-positive process! Instead, I "chose the daguerrotype": one shot, one photograph, one print.
I consider the way photographs are mounted as an opportunity and not just as "a way to show a print". Choosing an original, out-of-the box mounting can reinforce the message the photo wants to convey. I do not see anything wrong in being very creative in the mounting process as well (I did frames with Lego blocks!)
I was born in Milan, Italy and worked as an IT professional in the high-tech industry. I spent most of my time abroad and about 20 years in the US (Boston, Silicon Valley, San Francisco). I now live in Berlin, Germany and I have been working full-time in fine-art photography for the past eight years.
I have a Youtube channel 100% non-profit and devoted to large and ultra-large format photography. The channel is mostly in Italian. When the topic is deemed to be of general interest I do the video it in English or I put English subtitles. Here is the link: