Since moving house, I now have my own dedicated office, computer, calibrated wide gamut reference monitor, tablet and pen for editing, and a wide carriage pigment ink printer. This is my digital darkroom, and it can do everything I want in the digital area.
But its not just digital I shoot, I also shoot analogue, in the shape of large format film, medium format film and still on the odd occasion 35mm film.
The cost for this is high, good quality scanning is expensive, and even basic quality scanning is not cheap. Film development though is still relatively inexpensive.
Currently when I shoot film it gets posted off for a film and scan service, and I get back the negs and a CD. If I invested in a good quality scanner I would quickly save money and would possibly find myself shooting more film. Then if any image was particularly good I could get it re-scanned by a professional bureau which is what I still have to do now despite getting the images scanned after development.