I am debating between purchasing the Sigma 35mm Art f/1.4 and Sigma 50mm Art f/1.4. My camera is the Canon 6D. I already own the Sigma 24mm Art f/1.4 and I've been very happy with it; it's basically my go to lens these days.
With the 35mm I am hoping to achieve some of the classic focal shots, but at the same time I question the choice of having a 24mm and 35mm. I do realize there's a difference in the images, but I am thinking I'd have more use for a 50mm in my bag. Speaking bag, I generally use my 24mm and 100mm. I do own the 40mm f/2.8 STM, but I mainly use that on backpacking trips due to it's light weight. I also have a Canon 70-200 f/4 L, but I am looking to sell that as I've probably used it...twice in the 5 years I've owned it.
In my mind the 24mm would be for tight places and cities, where the 50mm would be for more personal shots, and times I want to isolate a subject. I'd imagine with the 50mm in my bag I'd travel with the 24, 50, and 100. I've been going back and forth between the 35 and 50 and am hoping you guys have some input.
Do any of own a 24mm and 50mm? If so, how do you use them (they seem they'd compliment each other really well).
Do you own a 24 and 35? If so, what's the usage like on the pair?
Do you own all three? How's the threesome work?
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