A cut-out from the previous image.
That's a great thing about dealing with high resolution. There is so much detail that you can literally explore the scene afterwards on your computer. Just like in those cliché movie scenes where a cop and a suspended cop sit together on a screen and the suspended one shows his ex-boss what a great cop he actually is, by saying: "zoom in a bit more! a bit to the right!" and then reveals magically who the killer was.
So yeah, photography wise, you can still be a bit creative with the framing after you took your shot home.
Other than that, 25 Megabyte images are a major pain right now, they simply eat up my hard disk and computing recourses too quickly.