One revelation is that, five years ago, I'd probably never have written about digital imaging.
Five years ago, the digital picture-making process was barely past the front door. At best it was a clumsy and expensive process with dubious value to all but the manufacturer and retailer. Things are very different now.
Digital imaging, the process of recording, retouching, distributing and printing electronically created pictures, photos or graphics has come of age. Three factors have made this possible:
many consumers now own sophisticated computers;
many also own scanners and digital cameras; and, most ...