I completely agree with you Daniel . I've seen that happen with folks here .
But I'm cheating a bit - I've been visualizing in this fashion since around 1969 - so certain scenes jump out to me as UWA compostions, while others are obvious as isolated/heavily cropped or telephoto shots. The scene just seems to present itself to me. But it does takes time to "see" in that fashion. However, the more you shoot, the more you practice, the more you take risks and experiment - the bettery your eye will become.
dche5390 wrote in post #9896163
Exactly as you have put it. A lot of people think that in order to fit more in, they must go WA/UWA. Sometimes, the composition is just off.
I think it takes a lot of effort to get a wide shot right. I certainly fall into the category of having no idea what to frame in a wide angle exposure.