The instruction I'm posting here pertains to the use and effects of camera distance when designing your panels based on two factors: conveying information and emotional affect. However, let's begin with the emotional aspect of the technique: Proxemic range theory.
Anthropologist Edward T. Hall's lifelong study was of cultural perceptions of space, explaining that, even though there are factors that will effect our situational desires for closeness or distance, such as weather, temperature, noise, lack of light, and/or danger, different cultures have varying degrees of comfort level when it comes to the amount of space between themselves and others. On a more individual level, we all have our own comfort zones and need for personal space and will react accordingly when that becomes compromised, positively or negatively. Hall divided this proxemic range theory into four definitions

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