An interesting question has come up in conjunction with the ISO’s effort to define the vocabulary associated with image permanence and that is what is a digital print. The definition I would suggest is any print that originated from an image captured with a digital camera or scanner. Of course, this definition means that traditional photographic prints produced from digital images are digital prints while the same prints produced from a photographic negative are not. The reason for this distinction is that I suspect most consumers think in terms of image capture, not the output technology. Any thoughts? Agree or disagree?
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