C. Maximise lens aperture
Focal length (f) is usually given in millimetres (mm)
Aperture is specified as a ratio: A = f / n , where n is some number - often called the f-number
Smaller f-number means larger aperture - f/2 is clearly a larger aperture than f/10
Setting the same f-number on different lenses gives the same amount of light exposure
Most photographers know this but it can be confusing that smaller f-number means a larger aperture.