« on: February 19, 2012, 12:33:30 PM »
Over in the lens suggestions for Grand Canyon thread, I was reminded about how an ultra wide angle lens can make things seem really far away.
I notice this effect using the 16-35 II at 16. While I can get the subject into the frame, the results are not always what I want.
I have tried handheld stitching and panoramas, and for close work the results have been bad.
I did a small stitched panorama (handheld) when I went to the Grand Canyon as a whim (panorama, not the trip), and it turned out nice once it was put together by Photoshop. I wish I had done that a couple of times.
If I wanted to stitch together an interior shot of a room and not try to fit it all in using a (ultra) wide angle lens, what is the best approach for someone that isn't well versed in Photoshop?