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  1. My personal trinity is Canon L 24-70 f4.0, Canon L 70-300 f4.0-5.6 (my go to lens by far), and Tamron G2 150-600 f5.0-6.3. As you can see, I prefer the long end. f2.8 has low light advantages but they are heavier, more expensive and kill your depth when wide open.

  2. Here's a question for you from a bit of a newbie, I have an 18-135 f3.5 which I use extensively for photography and video. Now I'd like to invest in a lower f-stop, especially for video. Why would I go for 2 lenses 16-35 and 24-70 rather than another 18-135?

  3. Right now my go to is the Rokinon 24mm & 14mm cine lenses. Love the glass. Tricky cuz its all manual but im loving the vid and pics i get from them both. Its on a Canon M50 with the speed booster and the BMPC 4K. I really want to try the canon 16 -35 and 24-70.. My next 2 for sure. Thank you Peter. Keep up the great work.

  4. I got into photography before I had kids, so I started with the 24-70 and 70-200, both L series and f2.8 and they were brilliant investments. 15 years later, lots of wedding and portraits and family photos later, I’ve only needed one diaphragm replacement on the 24-70. Otherwise, no problems.
    I added the 17-40 f4 later, and a 1.4x converter (should’ve gone the 2x) and it all fits in a backpack, along with a flash, camera body obviously, and battery charger.
    Yes it was expensive but good quality gear will literally last for decades if looked after, and the image quality is undeniable. It’s worth saving up for, if your circumstances allow.

  5. My three lenses:
    100mm Macro

    I don't have any longer range lenses, but I think you have to realize what you are actually using them for. I realized 200 is so long, plus on a GH5 its even longer. There's really not many situations I'll need it so it's not that important. The 100mm does such a god job on its own.

  6. Canon EF 16-35mm f2.8 l usm (original)
    Tamron 28-75mm f2.8 A09
    Tamron 70-200mm f2.8 A001

    Also I got the Canon EF 300mm F4 L USM+1.4x extender iii for wildlife.
    Got all of theme in the used market for so cheap!

  7. I want to become a filmmaker but I can't afford gear all I need is a Canon 80D,a 16-35mm Canon lens a gimbal, an ND filter and a rode mic. Anyone that can help I would be eternally grateful.

  8. As a beginner photographer…I really appreciate this feedback. It helps me so I don't spend a bunch of money buying several different prime lenses. All I have if the nifty fifty and now thinking of getting the 24-70 mm 2.8. Love it! You're my inspiration!

  9. I like your videos. However, these are only Holy Trinity for FF cameras – these are too long for APS-C.
    My lenses for my Canon 800D aps-c: Sigma 17-50mm (=27-80) F/2.8, Canon 55-250mm (=88-400) F/4-5.6, Sigma 105mm (=168) F/2.8 Macro (the reason why I have any of this).
    Also have a Yongnuo Ring Flash for macro work and a Godox V1 speedlight (+Godox X2t controller).
    Might get 10-18mm soon.

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