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This series of photos brings up the issue of camera placement. Are many of the interiors shot at c. 3-4 feet above the floor ? What would the rooms look like, photographed at c. 5'-6", a typical adult eye level ?
Which is more appealing ? We know that at one time Mr Wright instructed Pedro Guerrero to shoot from a seated position ...