If elementary particles are represented as oscillations of their respective fields, why are atomic orbitals said to represent the probability of finding an electron at a specific location in the electron cloud or orbitals like it is a solid particle? Isn’t it more plausible or intuitive to think of the atomic orbitals (wave functions, oscillations) as the actual particles (electrons) themselves? Like for example the way a single hydrogen atom is experimentally imaged here (specifically page 13, fig.3, if you don’t want to look through the whole article):
Why are the results described as probability distributions in the above article? Or the way electrons are imaged here as something that looks like typical normal modes of oscillation (specifically last four pages of the first article and last page fig.4 in the second one):
I understand that for example in the last two articles the images show the momentum distribution of the electrons, but wouldn't that distribution correlate to actual fluctuations of the substance of whatever the electron field would consist of?
Or if I have a totally wrong understanding please correct me.