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comment Is 50-200mm (APS-C) a good zoom range for a single lens for people, buildings, and distant objects?
If you want answers which consider distance and not anything else, you have to give two definitions: 1) how far is the distance? " further away, but not too far away" is 2 meters to some people and 200 meters to others. 2) How large do the things have to be on the picture? Do you want to see a whole upright person or just the face? 3 stories of a building at once, or just one window?
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comment How to make female chest look bigger?
I think that the answer depends a lot on what the model wants. Does she want to help staging a picture with prominent breasts? Or does she feel that wearing a push-up or makeup is a "fake" but still wants you to make her breasts appear bigger than they are in reality?
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asked What are the theoretical advantages of RAW beyond bit depth?
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comment How to photograph chocolate?
The question was about how to use the best possible technique for documenting existing chocolate creations, not how to create more photogenic chocolate.
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accepted How to make transparent liquid on white porcelain visible?
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comment What surface to use for food photography?
That's too small. The background in the header photo in the post is 1 meter deep, and I had to chop the pic to 16:9 so the ugly vertical backdrop won't show. The shallow angles I sometimes use eat lots of surface. I don't think I've seen somebody sell cutting boards the size of table plates.