I just wanted to open a forum to discuss composition techniques, notably for large structures. I find it to be a fairly difficult task to nail consistently. I end up shooting from all different angles and depths with a mindset I'll get a couple keepers. Then I try and learn from those so I can go back and use similar practices. I recently went to an old Mission where I found some pretty awesome ruins that were huge, but I experienced overload as I couldn't really find a way to capture the scenes/feelings the way I wanted. Here is a shot I took pulled way back to show what was the "Great Stone Church" that collapsed in 1812 During mass because of a quake. The doors lodged shut and about 40 people inside were killed. The history makes this an interesting subject for me, so I plan on going back shortly to focus on just shooting and not family time. I cropped this mainly to get the small boy more attention. I thought his tiny frame with this giant structure looked cool. Any tips?