Because there is greater control of the parts in a joiner there is more opportunity to arrange the pieces in a formal design. Composition and design have always been an important part of photography, inheriting its principles from painting. The distinction with the joiner is that you can invent parts that are not in the scene before you to shape, arrange and colour your work. As you can see in the example in MULTI-VIEWPOINTS you can take the composition off in different directions depending on what elements and viewpoints you are looking to capture. You can also use PHOTO-PAINTING to design whichever parts you feel are needed.

This example, Patterns on the floor, appears to have more drawn shapes that original photography: