Imagine that you’re in the Sistine Chapel and want to photograph the ceiling – or in the Roman Pantheon and want to shoot straight up to the middle of the dome. Such photographs are very challenging, and unless you’re willing to ultimately shoot blind, are beyond the capabilities of most DSLRs.
Well I recently found myself in just such a situation. There I was in Wellesley, Massachusetts at the “Upper Crust” pizza parlor waiting to be served, when I discovered the famous pizza tray ceiling, which distinctly reminded me so much of the game of “Tetris.” With my Canon T2i or even my Panasonic Lumix this would present formidable challenges. But for my IPhone 4s, no problem! Indeed I start to wonder if this isn’t what it was made for. So I give you “The Pizza Pan Ceiling, 2013.”