Thanks for the examples Mel Synder. Great pics. Also, thanks for contributing samples of what the Hugin plug-in can do DWMurf and Jawed. I have bookmarked this page and will experiment with the Hemi and Hugin plug-ins. Here’s another try with Hugin. Perhaps applying a vignette effect would take care of the corners without further cropping. The second result is perfect and what I wanted to achieve. I got close to achieving the same perspective using Hugin but the problem is it only allows me to save in .pto format. How do I save in Jpeg? On the last tab in Hugin labeled Stitcher there is Panorama Outputs. The default is TIFF but you can select JPEG. The .pto file is a text file which shows the settings used to create the output image. Click the Stitch box at the bottom to create the output once you have all your settings done, at which both the .pto and JPEG files will be saved. Thank you so much. I finally got it figured out. My sample is far from perfect but I can keep practicing. You’re very welcome, this is a great thread you started here, and your original fisheye image is great to start with. I think it is a great use for the fisheye. On the Move/Drag tab you can rotate the Panosphere image to level and straighten the floor/horizon if you like. For the Miller Cylindrical projection that you liked, I have put the .pto and .pto.mk text files in a Dropbox folder along with your original image. If you put them in a folder on your computer and open the .pto in Hughin, you can see all the settings I used. Source.