RE: Actual photograph ---> IMAGES

From: Baird, Darryl ^lt;>
Date: 03/17/05-11:21:54 AM Z
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I don't disagree, but there are long histories of the word picture.
Perhaps photography's invention, use, and acceptance has altered the
current meaning for us...?


-----Original Message-----
From: Marie Wohadlo []
Sent: Thu 3/17/2005 11:38 AM
Subject: RE: Actual photograph ---> IMAGES
I use the word "IMAGE".
It doesn't make any claim to the origin, process, medium or substrate.
"PICTURE", to me, is too suggestive of SNAPSHOT or PAINTING or

At 11:22 AM 3/17/2005 -0500, you wrote:
>While studying and researching the origins of picture-making, I've
>come to realize we photographers have gotten this concept all wrong.
>We don't make photographs, we make pictures. The photograph is a
>medium, the camera a tool, and the print a representation or

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