I often find myself in the following situation...
My render/view is all set up, and I like the eye height and perspective of the scene as shown in Enscape.
However, the extents of the image are capturing too much foreground, and not enough skybox!
So, I could raise the camera height... but this affects perspective and horizon line...
I could zoom out, but this also affects the content and feel of the scene, and doesn't change the proportions of foreground to sky.
What I end up actually doing in these situations is rendering a "Tall" image, that has a larger vertical resolution than I want.
I then go into photoshop and crop it back down to the desired aspect ratio, while offsetting the image to retain more sky.
This adds a lot of extra steps and time, especially when doing multiple images, or multiple versions of a scene.
So... I have buried the lead here, but can we have some sort of render frame offset feature?
I imagine this is a simple slider or value input that shifts the safe frame so to speak up or down within the scene.