Indoor Lighting and Fisheye lens - tips
What are everyone's tips on how to do indoor spheres which when examined in photoshop or panoweaver end up being too bright from lamps, or too filled with image noise from dark floor areas?
1) How do you artificially light (if you do) your full frame fisheye shots keeping balance between the shots so there are no strange lighting lines in the stitched image?
2) How do you get rid of bleached white areas from indoor room light sources if you don't want to turn off lights? Photoshop can not add the detail that is bleached out so please don't say post burn in photoshop.
3) If you turn off all indoor lighting and just do long exposed shots
how do you escape the noise in the nikon coolpix images that
show up a lot when doing even an 8second shot ?
All other tips on indoor fisheye lighting with the coolpix 950 and up greatly appreciated.