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That is a pretty good definition, George, and one that can equally be applied to other art forms (e.g. cinema). I would only add one more condition: "does not rely on shock value alone" (unless that is covered by your item 1). Cheers, Nathan Lottermoser George wrote: > For what ever it's worth: The edgy I most enjoy and respect: > 1 - does not rely on artifice > 2 - expresses a genuine soulfulness > 3 - causes me to look and/or see in a new way > 4 - causes me to think a new thought > > Regards, > George Lottermoser > firstname.lastname@example.org > www.imagist.com > Picture A Week - www.imagist.com/paw_07 > > > > On Dec 7, 2007, at 4:13 PM, Lottermoser George wrote: > >> what I consider "cutting edge photography;" and it does not include >> "cutting edge photo illustration." Obviously very subjective. Yet, >> clear for me and my purposes. > > > _______________________________________________ > Leica Users Group. > See http://leica-users.org/mailman/listinfo/lug for more information > > -- Nathan Wajsman Almere, The Netherlands *Opportunistic Image Acquisition* General photography: http://www.frozenlight.eu http://www.nathanfoto.com http://www.greatpix.eu Picture-A-Week: http://www.fotocycle.dk/paws Seville: http://www.frozenlight.eu/fotosevilla Stock photography: http://www.alamy.com/search-results.asp?qt=wajsman http://myloupe.com/home/found_photographer.php?photographer=507 Blog: http://www.fotocycle.dk/blog SUPPORT FREEDOM OF SPEECH, BUY DANISH PRODUCTS!