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      04-06-2020, 02:47 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by tracer bullet View Post
I like #3 as well. Some distortion can be taken out by physically getting farther away with the camera, and then using the lens to zoom in, assuming it isn't fixed.

Photoshop or similar might help as well but you'll need extra empty space around the edges of your subject matter to make up for the parts that'll get stretched and later removed.

Hope those make sense. I can explain better if needed.
No need to. It's a 10-22mm lens and the picture was taken at 10mm. Normally I do those in steps and I don't know why I didn't do it this time. I could easily had taken a step backwards and zoom a bit more. The cars are setup at an angle of 90 degrees. I will try to make a remake somewhere else with more distance to the background and maybe set the cars at an angle of 120 degrees in order to include more of the side/end of the cars. And then of course back of in steps and see what turns out best.
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