I want to create a stitched indoor panorama of a medium sized greenhouse (which is about 10x20m in size).
I have created many, many landscape and cityscape panoramas before using a long lens (say 150mm) then stitched into a large image, which is relatively easy due to very low lens distortion.
However indoors seems to present more of a challenge, as objects are much closer, and lens distortion makes the image look very unnatural. I don't want the odd distortion of a spherical 360 deg panorama if I can avoid it.
What lens and method (or methods) would be recommended for creating a 180 degree indoor panorama?
(I have Photoshop CS6 and/or Gigapan for the actual stitching, and I use a D800 with Nikkor 50mm 1.4f AF-S, Nikkor 18-35mm AF, and Sigma EX 150mm 2.8f; my 24-70 is out of action.)