Sometimes, when I take pictures, I am not 100% satisfied with results, always criticise myself, so thats why I use film camera a lot: I can not see the picture right away, how about you? Cinematography and direction are not easy language, how you handle this fact?
When it comes to cinematography, I think it is a more complicated question. Because they are technically very different. It is a lot more expensive to use film in filmmaking and the exposure measurement can be also more complicated. For the world of narrative films, where everything should be under control and constructed, people use film mostly only for its unique aesthetics. And for documentary, I think people would only use digital now for the sake of budget and date management. There are definitely different philosophies behind films and digital. But I think such debate happens more in documentarian still photography.
Let's say we are having this discussion in the field of documentarian photography. Although I use digital camera only, I think the effect of 'not seeing the picture right away' is fading away. I think the huge amount of images consumption everyday has changed most people's way to create images. Nowadays, most of us only recreate images that we already have seen. It is not a process of exploration or discovery but reconstruction. So it doesn't matter if we can see the image right away because we already know what it should look like.