The problem: It's a jazzy take on the view from the Brooklyn Bridge -- the skyline in twinkly silhouette behind the cable latticework, the deep purple of the sky, the headlights streaking in counterpoint. A fine picture, but we somehow thought it could use a little extra. We'd like to see more of the sky and cables. But if the camera were aimed up, you'd lose some of the roadway and the headlights. And you'd still have those frame-hogging roadway beams. Going to a wider-angle lens might work, but that would reduce the impact of the headlights and make the skyline smaller in the frame. Whatever will we do?