Charlie Waite is one of the photographers who inspired me about shooting in different aspect ratios, which he doesn’t mention in this talk, but his images here have varied aspect ratios from square to pano!
I actually gave up on photography for a long season partly because no camera company would make a full frame camera with an oversized, multi-aspect ratio sensor; though, they could have easily done it. Everything had to be cropped from 3:2, which made extreme wide angle shots in other aspect ratios impossible, and made photography much less interesting for me. Much of the lenses’ image circle couldn’t be used. Creativity was stifled.
When I discovered the medium format, Fuji GFX 100S could be used with my smaller, full frame, SLR lenses in any aspect ratio, I got excited and reengaged : )