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I've got a shoot coming up soon that will take place primarily inside a fire engine. I will be shooting two people at a time sitting on opposite sides of the cab in the back seats(An area about 9-10 feet wide), and some with the front seats with the vehicle parked. I have attached a picture of the rear interior of a similar rig that I will be shooting in to give you an idea of the space / layout I have to work with. The idea behind this shoot is to capture the atmosphere inside a fire engine responding to a call (I have several scenarios written up for this already).
What I'm looking to use is a wide angle along the lines of a 14mm or a 20mm, maybe a 16-35 or 17-40, shot on my 5D. I will have to rent a lens for this project because the widest I have currently is a 24mm. I've taken some test shots with my 24mm and it's a little narrow, I'm thinking that an extra 5mm or so will do the trick. Max aperature isn't a huge issue because I will be shooting in decent light for most of it, and the stuff that involves low light (night time w/interior lighting) can be shot with longer shutter speeds (we won't be moving and I have a tripod / clamp option). Has anyone had any experience with shooting something similar and if so, how was the distortion? Was it something that was correctible in post?
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