With all the deep discussions going on, this may seem a little trite, however I was reading a muse by Tillman Crane
( http://www.tillmancrane.com/musings/musings.html ) today about changing your point of view. While reading the article, it occurred to me that a viewing filter (like those sold by Calumet) might be a good way to change the way I compose a photograph.

Do you ever wonder why you stopped where you did and set the tripod down, why that was 'the spot'?

Was wondering if the members would mind sharing the process they go through to end up with the perspective (why that location, view, lens, etc.)?

Thanks in advance...