The second version actually feels a bit more dynamic. Right? And it’s a few letters shorter, so not using ‘we see’ might even save you a line every now and then.
Does this settle the issue? Not really.
The fact is that many people love to write it, don’t mind to read it, some studios allegedly insist that writers use it. Another fact is that a lot of professional scripts use ‘we see’, sometimes extensively.
What now? It seems simple: some professional readers don’t seem to mind, but some others may flag your script ‘unprofessional’ when they find a ‘we see’.
So, if you don’t have a name in the industry yet and depend on the approval of a reader, the best advice is: No matter what they tell you, avoid it like the plague. If somebody requests it, use it enthusiastically.
Similar arguments are brought against the word ‘then’. Indeed it seems to weaken the description. Or not: