Seems the digital camp has stopped using the word "photograph" and now uses the word "image". It's all about the "image" not how it's created, the final "image" is what matters, etc. I have to hand it to them "image" does have a nice ring to it, even sounds powerful. Are these terms "photograph" and "image" one in the same? I am not so sure. Personally I want to make traditional photographs, not "images". This thread is brought on by seeing the word "image" a gazillion times in the hybrid photo mags and websites. The new way of using the word "image" seems to be trying to redefine photography, as if photographs are old and dated and "images" are where it's at..