One of the main pieces of feedback I got on my stop using orthographic view in your screenshots forum post was that people were saying you can see more of your plane in orthographic view. This is a fair point.
This is literally the only advantage to orthographic view. Everything else looks worse.
What you can do instead is change your FoV! Here’s how!
This is what you type in:
And then, you just type in the FoV you want! Default is 60. Bake sure you have a space before you type in your FoV. Like this
Then all you need to do is press execute or press enter, and bam. You have changed your FoV.
Much better looking than Ortho view!
20-40 degrees is pretty good because you can see way more of your plane like on Orthographic view, except you don’t get any of the dumb stuff that Ortho view has like a lack of depth perception, weird reflections, warped proportions, any of that stuff! Lower FoVs look way better.
Also, you can zoom out as well, so if you want to take a picture of something like a whole cockpit, you can zoom out!
A forum was made a couple of years ago about this by someone else, but that’s a long time ago now and now people are using orthographic view to zoom in now, I decided this was relevant again.