In our post-digital world - what (in your opinion) is a photograph? Is it the image out the camera - or is it the post-processed result of digital manipulation? On the continuum of processing from camera to post-processed, manipulated, composited digital creation is there a point at which a photo stops being a thing created by the capturing of light by a camera and becomes something else created by the computer? Is there a difference or is it still a photo? If there is a difference should we attempt to define it? Or categorise it?