Bear with me, please.
I've noticed that my eye can catch how well a photo has been framed (notice undesirable tilt) when I look at it in the small preview at top left hand corner in LR.
And that makes sense. Think of a photo that is the size of a wall and you are standing just one or two feet away. You can't see all corners and edges at the same time, thus making it harder to gage how well the photo was framed...
I feel like the same applies to cameras with a smaller vs. larger viewfinder, because when you're looking into the viewfinder, with a full sensor I feel like you see a lot more, and thus the edges harder to take in all at once.
It just surprises me that I can't find any information on this.
I know seeing the edges of an image isn't everything, but I feel like it plays a huge role in framing the photo.
Are people with full frame cameras at a slight disadvantage if they are the type to not see the corners well enough in a larger viewfinder?