My explanation was largely in response to your post #61,
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My point was that the angle of view in the photograph is irrelevant to the angle of view of the viewer.
I think I explained clearly how these angles CAN BE relevant. Rather than say, "Oh, so it CAN make a difference," you counter with, what if the viewer stands to the left or right? Well, ok...occasionally there are art and museum exhibits where the viewer's sight is restricted to a peephole, where the "realism" of the image is somewhat astounding.

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Forgive me for typing this, but that is an absolutely absurd thing to be concerned about.
Yes, you are forgiven provided you also forgive me for saying that I feel like the person who tried to teach the pig to sing. Hopefully others will reach some sort of understanding on the well-known issue of proper viewing distance.