Mark, could you send me to one of your horizontal headshots please. I am dead curious now. And i will agree to this about the shot with the angle of his head the the crop that is there square is about the best you can do. I can remember several cases where horizontal is the only way to go. I am thinking of a very famous profile headshot of a man with a cigar. The cigar was the reason for the horizontal crop. In the classic or old school (I guess now) It was verticle subject, verticle crop. However a man with a cigar is not a verticle subject any more. I took a look at some skateboard contest winner pictures because someone said a center skater is a no no... Well it is, if there is a reason for him not to be. However if the shot has no over riding reason then the shots are verticle and as close to centered as is possible and not lose the reason for the shot. In other words it looked to me like the shots were just the same composition as they ever were not something different at all. So Mark I would love to see your horizontal head shots so that I can add them into the equation. Honest to god guys I hate being behind the curve like this..