In my opinion, there is no better hotel lobby than the Wilderness Lodge. Not only is it great to photograph, but sitting here and listening to the great background music is a great way to relax. To be able to really capture the lobby in a photo though, I think you need to use a fisheye lens. I tried this same shot with my UWA and it just did not capture it as well.
Scott Thomas made mention on the last Wilderness Lodge shot I posted about the white balance. It is definitely difficult getting a correct white balance in this lobby. That is why you should (and I always do) shoot in RAW and not JPEG. I don't even worry about the white balance until I start processing in Lightroom. Then it is very easy to correct it and carry that over to all your other shots from the same location.
Have a great weekend.
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