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Best distance for paintings7160

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Hi everyone!
What is the best distance to have if I want to show the details of a painting?
Thank you!
Max
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1.5 meters
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ron0987 private msg quote post Address this user
Also make sure the camera starts facing the painting so you do not have a situation where it is stitching photos together and there maybe a slight stitching error.
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