Is there a point when a photograph is no longer considered a photograph, but digital art instead? In these two color images, I really brought them out with upping the contrast, increasing the Exposure, increasing the Gamma, and sliding Offset to the left. I actually had to back off the saturation because the the colors became too intense. I really like the Conte' Crayon quality they have, but I have to question; when is an image no longer a photo but something else? At what point does it lose the distinction? Like most things, I am sure there is a lot of gray area. Does it matter, if the end result is indeed what we deem "Art"? What do you think of these? Photos, or digital art? PP enhanced the vignetting. I tried this without vignetting (removed in lightroom), but decided I liked the vignetting and went back to the original. #1 #2 #3 Thanks for looking, and taking time to comment.