Quote Originally Posted by Firestarter View Post
I guess that's where it's at.

I just think there is a big difference in the "hand" part when it comes to traditional printing compared to digital.

Manipulating images using a keyboard and clicking print with a mouse doesn't seem hand made to me
I agree with you, there is a huge difference in the "hand" part of the meaning------one set of hands gets wet and one set of hands stays dry, that is a distinction that might need to be part of the changing definitions. But, the term "traditional" really does it for me because a digitally produced print is in no way a traditional one, traditional prints involve "wet" hands----a "traditional wet darkroom print" seems redundant to me, IMO.