Soft corners accommodate the posture that precedes the taking of the photograph. Our hands, heads, and legs all belonged to us in the way that they obeyed our intentions. But they also belonged to others, inasmuch as we relinquished propriety over an arm in an embracing gesture, or an accidental crossing of legs. Before settling for an image, all surrounding elements were concerted. Not knowing that someone was looking was the best way to survive.