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I want to get full view picture of a tall desk but it is in a small room - how can I do it with this camera? We have tried standing back as far as possible in the space but it cuts it off - want to list picture on Craigs list...Thanks Model is Digital Polaroid i531 camera...Thanks

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Why not take several photos, and stitch them together into a 360 degree panorama with some kind of photo stitching software? You can find whether that works at here: how to stitch photos together to make 360 degree panorama.

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I will assume that you have already tried rotating the camera ninety degrees so that you take the shot in portrait format. Unless you can move the item outside to enable you to stand further back then your only option is to buy and fit a supplementary wide-angle lens to your camera or to use a different camera with a wider-angle lens than your camera has.

One other option is to take two photos and to then use special software to stitch them together (not ideal) or to take the best full length photo you can and then post supplementary photos showing the upper and lower halves of the desk.

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