In our networked society, images are no longer only visual surfaces that represent a reality. The image being digital, exists of data and is described by metadata. The digital networked image is a data repository but what does it look like? Can its data be involved in its design? Consisting of data, the digital image is readable and manageable by the network. It facilitates connections to be made between people, camera’s, files, keywords and more. People have become aware of the image as a tool, of its multiple uses and benefits, besides its singular aesthetic richness. Also the tool itself has evaluated from being a supporting and constructive context to becoming an organizational method. Think about web applications such as Flickr, YouTube or Vimeo. In these contexts, images are not created by the application but are organized and managed by it. In Flickr for example, groups of people are connected to each other through images, they are the glue of the network. Even the camera is involved in this image management since it is part of the networked chain of events within Flickr and YouTube. Although the camera literally creates images, it is inextricably linked to the agenda of the organizational method of the tool. An example is the digital camera that comes with a YouTube capturing mode. ‘Shoot, easy upload and share!’ is the advertising slogan. No more DIY digitizing, resizing or encoding in separate software, the camera does it all for you. Camera and application merge; they exist as one tool.