architectural interiors (residential)

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canterel Contributing Member • Posts: 629
architectural interiors (residential)

for interiors, do most people use a super wide zoom or a tilt shift?

i've done a bit with both, and i'm starting to prefer the super wide for interiors over the 24pce, just because i can usually get what i want in one shot without stitching. but i'm curious what others do.

one hiccup is that i've been using a 17-35/2.8, which doesn't correct all that well in photoshop. so i guess what i'm really trying to decide is whether to replace it with a 14-24 (which i'm told corrects well, and is wider to boot) or a 24pce, which i've rented often and love for exteriors.

any advice would be appreciated, especially since i'm relatively new to architecture. i'm shooting with a d700 and doing my detail work with a 60/2.8g. most of my clients are looking for web output, so resolution isn't a huge issue, although maybe i should be worried about that as business gets better (?)

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