There's a term in digital photography called "chimping." It's one of those words that's evolved into common vernacular in the days of high resolution LCD displays on the backs of dSLRs. The reasoning holds that photographers at all skill levels can't help but take a peek at their images on the 2- to 3-inch displays on the backs of their cameras. And in their excitement over the good photos, they make this monkey-like grunt. It's all explained here in a video I saw several years ago on SportsShooter.com. The photo above was taken at the Bay Area Photo Club field trip last Saturday. This is a photo of Colleen and her niece, and as you can see -- this chimping phenomenon starts early in life.