I'm getting a lot of request to shoot buildings and rooms etc. I have pretty much limited myself to digital photography which is pretty demanding and expensive.
The idea to buy a 4x5 camera to avoid pin cushioning depresses me and I'm not going to deal with wet chemistry film. I'm strictly a computer jockey and focused on digital.
I have two lenses the 12-24 and 35-85 for the D100 Nikon. I remember that Nikon used to make a Perspective Correction lens but that was I think an 85mm length and therefore useless in architeture. Does anyone know if in the Digital SLR if there is a lens or setup that is affordable for pretty good architecture shots. Thanks, Mark B.