In my picture making lifetime I will never stop seeing opportunities for making straight pictures, even should I want to do so. However, If I am to pursue the (I)eye witness series to whatever its logical conclusion might be, I must add a new component to my picture making - picturing a referent from different angles.
Other than very minute / subtle variations from the POV I saw which pricked my eye and sensibilities, I very rarely approach a referent from significantly differenet POVs - often called"working a scene". Consequently, when I see an (I)eye witness picturing possibility - I am still working to identify such referents - I must adopt a multi-POV manner of picturing.
That written, adopting a multi-POV manner of picturing will not be a Herculean task. However, in doing so with the relatively few (I)eye witness pictures I have made, I must write that those POVs, which different from the POV I saw which caused my to make the picture, look all wrong to my eye and sensibilities. That sensation causes me to realize just how selective my seeing / picturing vision is.