Actually Samuel, I don't think digital forces you to be good at Photoshop as well.
It is true that many people shoot digital with the view of fixing any problems later in Photoshop,
But, as I am sure you are aware, it does not have to be that way...
Film may force us to layout the set carefully so that reflections are in the right place, bits of
equipment aren't in view, the lighting and shadow casting is perfect etc.
because we need to get that shot right...
... if we use that same discipline to get the shot right with digital, so that it needs no retouching,
then there is no reason not to have the same feeling of satisfaction about our work, as if we
had shot it with film... That way, digital can be just as good "out of the box".