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Conceptually, picture is the right word if you are trying to refer to a photograph or a hard-copy of an image printed from a computer.
Anonymous:an image has a broad meaning, like humanbeing is God's image on earth or a son is an image of his father. You cannot say a humanbeing is a picture of God on earth or a son is a picture of his father. A picture can be a drawing or from a camera. A photo is produced from a camera.
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