Make some notes in your learning log on the difference between these images in terms of point of view and the information the viewer can get from each of them.
The zoomed-out shot shows a much wider view of this townscape, and you’re probably seeing for miles. This is much like the photographer would have been able to see with the naked eye if he were stood in this position. We see the path, the field, the town, and the sky and clouds. Only the items nearest to us (the foreground) have a lot of visible detail. The further you … Read the rest