Verisimilitude— ver·i·si·mil·i·tude: the appearance of being true or real. 
This group's name is derived from the artistic definition of verisimilitude. It fits the movement's objective that the photography appears true or real.

A Verisimilitude photograph should exactly match the size, proportions and dimensions of the subject being photographed.  

A Verisimilitude photograph should exactly match the color of its subject. 
A Verisimilitude photograph should be shot with even lighting. 
A Verisimilitude photograph should be captured fully in focus.
A Verisimilitude photograph should be printed on stock that (as closely as possible) matches the original subjects weight and finish.