I wasn't sure exactly which forum to put this in but I suppose it applies here. Most of us are familiar with what Ansel called basic image management - ie working with camera movements, lenses and other adjustments to manipulate the composition. However beyond those tools and skills, particularly in urban and architectural photography, I sometimes need to apply...well...additonal techniques. I prefer to think of it as advanced image management. Things like, say, accidentally breaking or removing lightbulbs, giving homeless people money in exchange for getting out of the shot, leaving subtle paint markings on the ground indicating the locations of tripod feet in case I need to return, eliminating the occasional flower, moving construction pilons etc. So this is my call out to anyone who has ever engaged in advanced image management. Any interesting techniques and/or experiences you can share?