FAQ: What is intuitive knowledge? I've heard you mention this several times on your website.
Because photographers don't have the time to create elaborate design schemes like an artist that draws and paints, they have to be able to recognize a masterful composition in a fraction of a second. Intuitive knowledge is learning a set of art and design skills and then having the ability to identify those compositional elements while taking pictures. This approach, of course, is not the same as relying solely on intuition - which means artists and photographers are doing what "feels" right without possessing any of the necessary art and design skills. To learn more, see the article Dynamic Symmetry for Photographers.
The photograph above was taken in Guilderland, NY with a Leica M240 (2015).