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Matias Nicolas
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You'd want as much light as possible on a normal lens in order to increase your depth of field akin to how you'd be further away from a full sized object (and thus have more depth of field). On a 10:1 scale I would probably want to be around an 11/16 for a T stop.

Thankfully we're digital now so I'd say look at the monitor and see if it feels like it's properly "in focus" compared to how a real tree would look .

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