Archetural photography used to be a specialty niche in commercial LF imaging. Rendering enclosed spaces without distortion or DOF issues dominated along with exposure and color balance problems.

So now I am looking at getting a petzval lens to dress up a vintage LF camera I have . . .maybe even shoot with it too. Reading about the Bokeh due to curvature of field with these lenses, in the context of portraiture got me thinking about other ways to use this characteristic as a tool instead of as a limitation.

Can curvature of field be used to better image a hallway or room?