I was finding it hard to find the right place to put this question, but this seems as good as I'll get... I have an 89% viewfinder, how do people think it is best to use what is outside the visible area? This is for things to print myself, rather than slide film. I'll give a couple of examples of what I mean. 1) Compose in the viewfinder and when in the darkroom, cut out what you don't remember being in your composition. 2) Try to compose for the full area of the negative (which is what I'd do for slides obviously). 3) Just shoot and see how best to print/crop it afterwards. Also, any advice on composing for 8X10 ratio prints with a 35mm camera? Just shoot then worry about the crop? Cheers, Jonathan.