I have used 35mm, medium format and 4 x 5 inch large format film systems for image capture over the past several decades.  I scan my transparencies or negatives at the highest resolution and the maximum Dmax, often on the drum scanner at West Coast Imaging.   Since 2003 I have been using digital capture (Leica & Nikon). 

I use Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom CC, as well as Nik Silver Efex Pro 2 software on an Intel based Macintosh as my digital darkroom and print to an Epson 7800 printer using UltraChrome K3 inks which have an estimated display life of 150 years or more (wilhelm-research.com). This process produces beautiful, faithful prints and compares favorably with older print processes in terms of fidelity of the image and longevity of the print.  

Recently, I have also been printing on aluminium through Bay Photo, which has become my preferred method of presentation of color photographs because they stand alone with brilliant color, and they do not need to be framed.  Black and white prints are made either on the Epson or, by special request, on silver halide paper through Whitewall

And I have been making short runs of books at blurb.