Okay, game time. There's a lot in a name...without arguing the fundamentals here, let's say (as a game) that you were going to designate "photography" any picture that essentially respects the lens image, whether it's recorded on film or digitally. Then you were going to name a second category of digital imaging in which the pictures are deliberately modified to make them different from the lens image(s) they originated with.
And, no, adjustments to the picture to make it more accurately reflect a scene—dodging and burning, color correction, amelioration of purple fringing, choice of medium (carbro or platinum) etc., down to and including proper exposure—don't count as manipulation.
Again, please don't argue the premises here—just think of a name. A really good name would have a couple of features, it seems to me—it would not just modify the word "photography"; it would have to conform to the various noun and verb forms; and, most importantly, it can't be perjorative or derogatory—it would have to be something that its practitioners would be proud to call it, proud to identify themselves with.
And please don't take the teenager's plaint...yes, I know it doesn't matter what we decide, I know we'll never make it stick, etc.
I'm just interested to hear what you'd call it.