Every time I visit web sites or online forums, I see the silliness that 135 Format is a virtual panacea for all things photographic. It isn't.
I've photographed quite a bit since 1977, with several formats of film and several types of cameras. While you could take a photo with any of them, they didn't all work the same nor did they give the same results. However, when you needed a photo, you could generally get the photo with any of them.
This is true today, as well. Any of the current sensors are good and much better than film, in most cases. (As with CDs versus vinyl records, some people hold to film having that analog look.) Sure, they all have slightly different characteristics, and some differences are very slight indeed but you can get the shot, except in some extreme cases.
Over the years, I've seen a lot of people who spend 15 minutes getting a photo of a flower, but they can't get it right. They need the next lens or the next body or something else, and they end up with a huge collection of equipment that they don't know how to use well.
I suspect that these are the loudest voices in the online forums and in the comments of web sites. It's a bit difficult to get past all the silliness of these people when they're constantly annoying with the same, tired argument.
To me, a real photographer can pick up some equipment, experiment, and get great shots quickly, regardless of the film or sensor size.
I've been reminded that anyone who picks up a camera is a photographer, but I'm not sure I believe that.
In any case, learn how your equipment works--take it off Auto. Make mistakes and learn from them.