Okay sounds like a daft subject (probably is) but one of the photography magazines that I subscribe to wants its readers to take close up photos of wildlife (Insects etc) in a wide picture so it shows the creature in its natural environment.
Problem is the widest angle I have is 28mm plus the 1.6 Crop makes it a 44.8mm
I have extension tubes so I can get closer but does anyone have any idea how I can make a wide angled shot with these.
I have thought about taking several shots and stitching them together like a panorama, but I don't think it will work.
Anyone got any ideas.
If you want to edit any of my images to demonstrate points/techniques to either myself or others please feel free to do so.
Still learning with Canon 40D, 28-135mm, 100-400mm L and Elements 6.
Any Advice greatfully received.