Quote Originally Posted by doughowk View Post
The best "deceptions" I've seen are digital images printed on silver gelatin paper which is then processed in a traditional wet darkroom. One thereby has the look and feel of a traditional print. But is it missing the provenance of the original subject due to the nature of the initial capture? I personally would say so.
Interesting point.

Would you say analog capture, scanning and digital printing is deceptive or other hybrid types are.

Just asking because I don't have a dog in this fight since my area of photography there is no concept of deception, being that it is entirely print oriented, and how it got there is of little/no interest to the customer.