This is a closer (focal length-wise) version of my father’s rendition of the peaceful waters at Derwent Water in Keswick taken during our April trip to the UK. In my version, I have excluded a boat to the right of the frame and the tree branches which my father have used for framing at the top. That’s the thing about photography that makes it refreshing yet challenging — each of us sees the same scene differently. It’s all about one’s perception and perspective in the end.
I just realised right after this post that both my father’s and my version of the shot were shot at a focal-length of 40mm. The difference in perspective arises because my 40D has a 1.6x crop factor whereas my father’s Nikon D700 is a full-frame camera.