Excerpt from Photography at Home: A Handbook to the Use of the Camera in the Home for Pleasure and Profit; With Working Methods and Reliable Formula
The height of the camera should not be overlooked. If it is placed too high the lines of the ﬂoor will convey the impression of a slope. In a room of ordinary size the lens should not be more than forty inches from the ﬂoor.
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