Quote Originally Posted by Sirius Glass View Post
I disagree, a photograph is not a photograph until it is printed on paper with chemical methods. Nothing else looks like it; not a computer scan nor a crap print from a stink-jet printer.

Steve
So, by your reasoning an image captured other than on film must surely achive legitimacy as a photograph by being printed on chromgenic paper even if it is a 10 cent print out of a minilab but an image shot on, let's say, MF film but printed by any process that does not involve developer and fixer is not a photograph.

The most recent OPs have tried to project reasonable viewpoints but your absurd assertion and juvenile language contribute nothing to the discussion. OzJohn