Hi guys, I'm no photographer (i'm web/IT guy), but my job has been giving me some great opportunities to go out and take pictures for our marketing. I have been enjoying the crap out of it. I work at a renewable energy company, so everything revolves around that and solar. I'd like to get some tips from you guys about a pretty simple issue I am encountering. The set-up is I'm taking shots of a newly completed large array on a sports complex type building. Whole system shots. Think this type of shot: I'm not taking aerial shots though, (those will come later) I'm sitting on a huge construction forklift/lull thing fully extended into the air. (which by the way is scary as crap). Anyway, sorry about the book of a post. The problem: I feel as if the shots I'm taking are selling the size of the building and array short. The people look like ants effect from a great height type effect? It's a pretty large array, and I just want the picture to say that. I'd like to ask you guys about some tips on maybe how to frame the picture, or edit it, or anything at all I can do to capture the building/array in their full powerful glory. I can posts some shots tomorrow at work if that might help.