It also means that if I change my mind about the particulars of the project then this might be editable after also? And if adjustments need to be made (such as the perspective adjustments for this exercise) then there is room to move in the image..
Anyway, I have been editing my images, and suddenly realised that one looked familiar! I had got this far through the process and realised that i have more than one image of a house! Actually, three houses. It is interesting how different they are, on different days/weather/time of year. Also how, despite the fact I was trying to be consistent with my method, there are considerable differences between these same houses... It just makes me more aware of how impossible it is to be consistent! And this supports my above musings about shooting a bit 'wider' to allow flexibility later on.
This first house I noticed because of the lovely sign on the gate (obviously ignored by the car in the first image!):
|Keep driveway clear 1|
|Keep driveway clear 2|
So perhaps I am not as observant as I thought, or I was getting caught up in the fine detail and not noticing the whole image! Anyway, it's not a big problem... :) It just means fewer options for the final set, which is not a bad thing as I have to get down to 12 to submit!