General question regarding how images are formed. As you move your eye "detector" around a illuminated room. The is image of lets say "a book" is in every position in the room at a given time correct--even before you "look" at it? The photons reflected off the book have formed an image of the book in every location in the room but it is not until a detector" the eye" is at a specific location to gather the information packed in the photon wave function that the image is generated. Is this a correct way of looking at this scenario?