Panorama Lighting Equip.Has anyone here experimented with professional lighting equipment for fisheye photography/virtual tour photography? A flash is obviously a no-go and AEB is ok most of the time, but what about some good quality lighting equipment? I realize that setting it up and moving it around as you pan around the room could be quite a challenge, but for some high-paying commercial jobs I think it could be worth the extra trouble IF it improved the overall quality of the pano. If you have any experience with this, what equipment are you using? I am looking into trying out a couple of continuous lights placed a few feet behind the camera pointing toward where the picture will be taken. I seem to run into some very challenging lighting situations from time to time and I just want to deliver the best quality possible.
What do you think?
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