I got a chance on Saturday to implement some good advice, didnt work out all that well lighting wise, but here are 3 I like for various reasons. The advice was to include the entire subject when you can. The subect in 2 of them are people kitesurfing, distance from surfer to kite is about 20m (60 feet), so I have a few options. 1. Shoot long, include background setting. 2. Shoot wide, would need to be in the water for the best angles. 3. Use whatever combination available and wait for the scene to compose itself, ie: not side on. 4. thru infinity, keep all options open and experiment. 1. 2 kitesurfers in one shot, almost went with selective colour, but found a combination of full colour for the kites and a mild desaturation of the scene set the mood I was aiming for. 2. Windsurfer shot, isolated with the use of the 300mm, side effect is that it compresses the foreground and background together. The first tree line is about 2km from my shooting position (sitting in my car, lol). Poles "hopefully" add framing to the shot. 3. Cut lines. I like the lines in this one and the oh wait a moment effect when you click on to the kite being unrelated to the person in frame. Flickr strikes again with its sharpening, will have to go back to my original host. Any feedback appreciated.