I am building a house at the moment.
At the north side of the house there is a forest.
I wanted to create a very-high res photo of the forest to create a photo wallpaper (rug? what is the correct english word, large scale print to glue to the wall). I do not have any windows on the north side.
This would have a width of >10m though so I would need a high resolution.
I do NOT want a panorama with a visible distortion.
What would be the appropriate method to create such a picture? Focus Stacking + Image Stacking to create a superresolution pciture? Would I take pictures from multiple poings parallel to the edge of the forest to counter distortion?
- Sony a6000
- Sony a7 (friends)
- different high quality lenses with different focal length
- Gigapan Epic Pro automated Panorama head
Further Information: The photographic mural should cover the inside of the wall, viewing distance would be between 5 meters (max) at 90° up to 0,5m at 90° and everything inbetween (also other angles).
This would not have to be perfect, but "good enough"
Width would be ~15m, height between 3 and 6
An alternative would be to take an existing ultra-high-res picture of a forest and use this. Not as good concerning locality, but probably much better concerning quality of picture. Any suggestions on a source for a picture like that?
I would like the solution should be doable without heavy investment (Hasselblad, Linear Motion Camera and so on)