Hum...so, a print made from digital information sent to a printer that receives the digital information and takes the bits and bytes and produces ink droplets based on that digital information is an analog print? Hum, let me cogitate on that...nope, sorry, I call a 15 yard penalty for bullshyte...and a loss of downs! Next I suppose you'll be saying there's no such thing as a digital negative?
With the greatest of respect (among my former rides are an R100GS an R90/6 and a K750C and I've ridden motorcycles on five continents over 50 years) my understanding that that everything physical is analog. "Digital" is an artifact - an algorithm, a concept. "Digital" is a way of describing things with ones and zeroes, but it's not real.
Everything real, touchable, physical is analog; from the operation of the imager in the camera to the drops of coloured water that make up the "digital" print. The fact that the little drops of coloured water are controlled digitally doesn't make the print digital. It's not made of ones and zeroes, it's made of patterns of drops that are an analogy
of the digital information.
Oh boy, am I gonna get in trouble for this....