I just wanted to "stop in" and say that I think this is a great idea for a thread!
I will stop in later this evening and add an image (no time to do so right now).
EDIT: IMAGE & COMMENTARY ADDED
I am posting an image here that presented a bit of a composition dilemma for me. Normally, I would like to have the subject's head a bit further to the left in an image of this nature. However, I really liked the way the leafy green of the Locust tree saplings framed the image. If I would have shifted the camera to the right, so as to place the buck's head where I typically like to see it, then I would have lost the vegetation that runs up above the buck's back along the left side of the frame. I felt that in this instance, it was better to include the vegetation, as it is a nice continuance of the vegetation that runs along the entire bottom half of the image.
I also want to note that I positioned the camera so that the backdrop for the buck's head was all sky. I do not like the look of images where the horizon line cuts thru the subject's head - especially when the horizon line is a contrasty "two-tone", as it is in this scenario. So, I either attempt to put the entirety of the subject's head in front of the sky, or put it entirely in front of the land. As long as the horizon line falls above the tip-tops of his antlers, or below his neck, I feel that it is properly placed, and will not be a distraction.
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