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Trivial no: If the scene is not flat, the paralex will of the camera's position will cause front objects to block back objects. If you move the camera to the orthogonal line to get that feature correct, you mess it up elsewhere in the scene. Unless the camera is infinitely far away, it can't be done. OTOH, the camera can be far enough away so that the ...


Different lens systems have different attributes. Most lenses used for photography show things that are closer as being larger - mostly because this is how we, humans, expect to see the image. These lenses are known as ethnocentric. There are lenses known as telecentric lenses that can be designed with the property that that objects do not show any ...

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