Hi, seeking advice from the forum. I got a job to shoot rooms and interior features of model homes for brochure and web use. I'm thinking of using my 17-55mm to shoot all the individual features (furniture, cabinets, etc.) since it's an f2.8 and I should be able to get away without using flash to keep everything natural, assuming I shoot during the day. But I want to start out each shooting session of a room with a shot that captures the entire room so I can give some context to the individual pictures. The widest angle lens I have is the 17-55mm and I'm thinking that I'm going to need something wider if I want to capture the whole room. I was thinking of the Sigma 10-20mm until I saw some posts with the 10.5mm fisheye distorted and corrected with image trends. What are your thoughts? Can I accomplish what I want without distortion using the Sigma 10-20mm wide open or do you feel the only way to capture what I want is through the use of a fisheye? Thanks in advance for your advice.