I suppose it depends on the photographer and I'm sure with reportage or street this is more or less the case, but in landscape my tendency at least will be to spend a good half an hour or more working and reworking a composition. I've also gone back to the same spot many times in different weather and photographed the same subject/scene. It's a matter of problem solving once I've chosen my subject and where to stand. Composition in landscape, for myself, is more often than not a very involved, methodical process. My intuition simply tells me "that tree in the distance looks like it might have potential". Intuition is about choosing my subject, not framing it.
Originally Posted by cliveh
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