I haven’t had my hands on one for years, but in school, we used a “perspective corrective” lense specifically designed for architectural photography. This was before the days of auto-focus and of course digital photography, but it worked on a 35mm film camera. It was pretty much a wide angle with a big knob on the side that would adjust the convergence as the building fell away from you. I recently ran across either an ad or an article in a photography magazine about a location that would rent you a lense at a very reasonable price.
I also recently read about a place that would rent you a radio scanner, so you check it out before you buy!
harkey (Email) (Web Site) - 05/21/07 - 09:34