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Asked to photograph inside of a shop ?

 
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Jan 25, 2018 17:08 |  #1

Ive be asked to shoot the inside of a small shop that sell bikes etc, ive a 800d and 18 - 55mm lense but i dont think the lense will do the job. i would like to buy a wide angle lense new or secondhand. i have tripod and shutter release and a plash and triggers but unsure as to what lense would be best suited. Any suggestions would be great.


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Jan 25, 2018 17:17 |  #2

How much are you earning for the job? If it is a one time job paying $100.00 or $200.00 USD it would be hard justifying buying a new lens for it. Your lens should do fine. Then if you see where you may line up several jobs doing this and realize you need a better lens, then start looking for a lens that is better suited than what you have to get the job done.


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Jan 25, 2018 17:47 |  #3

You can rent a lens. Especially for a one off shoot.


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Jan 25, 2018 17:55 as a reply to Nogo's post |  #4

I have 2 other jobs i can use a lense on also. I was looking at canon 10 - 20mm or tokya (spelt wring) 10 - 16mm...... i will definately use the lense for other stuff so i dont mind purchasing one.


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Jan 25, 2018 17:57 |  #5

Anto Modded wrote in post #18548921 (external link)
I have 2 other jobs i can use a lense on also. I was looking at canon 10 - 20mm or tokya (spelt wring) 10 - 16mm...... i will definately use the lense for other stuff so i dont mind purchasing one.

I have the Tokina AT-X 124 AF Pro DX 12-24mm f/4 that I was able to score new for $160. Every so often you can catch a deal.


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Jan 25, 2018 23:30 |  #6

I've used a crop camera and an 18-55mm kit lens for interiors. But if the space is too cramped, it might indeed not work.

Just make sure your camera is level/parallel with the ground so that you won't get keystoning.


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Jan 25, 2018 23:49 |  #7

The tokina 11-16/2.8 is a fantastic lens but will limit you to EF-s mounts technically. Which is fine with your current body. But 12-24/4 is the better future proof option.


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Jan 26, 2018 09:39 |  #8

Was offered the lenses below for a very good price
Canon EFS 10-22 f3.5-4.5 USM
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Jan 26, 2018 10:06 |  #9

peeaanuut wrote in post #18549118 (external link)
The tokina 11-16/2.8 is a fantastic lens but will limit you to EF-s mounts technically. Which is fine with your current body. But 12-24/4 is the better future proof option.

Not quite true! While designed for APS-C bodies, that lens will indeed fit any Canon with EF mount...Canon is the only vendor who USES the EFS mount on lenses.
I just mounted the Tokina 11-16mm on my 5D body, it fits just fine, and in the viewfinder I can see that anything shorter than about 16mm would vignette the image.


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Jan 26, 2018 10:34 |  #10

Anto Modded wrote in post #18548887 (external link)
Ive be asked to shoot the inside of a small shop that sell bikes etc, ive a 800d and 18 - 55mm lense but i dont think the lense will do the job. i would like to buy a wide angle lense new or secondhand. i have tripod and shutter release and a plash and triggers but unsure as to what lense would be best suited. Any suggestions would be great.

Another thing to consider is lighting, probably more important than a new lens. Shooting inside with poor lighting can be a nightmare and using a built in flash in a bike shop is going to be a shadow nightmare. Give careful consideration to how you are going to light the scene.


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Jan 27, 2018 11:44 |  #11

Wilt wrote in post #18549350 (external link)
Not quite true! While designed for APS-C bodies, that lens will indeed fit any Canon with EF mount...Canon is the only vendor who USES the EFS mount on lenses.
I just mounted the Tokina 11-16mm on my 5D body, it fits just fine, and in the viewfinder I can see that anything shorter than about 16mm would vignette the image.

I didnt want to confuse OP which is why I said technically. I use that lens on my 5D4 quite a bit.


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Jan 27, 2018 12:06 |  #12

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Jan 27, 2018 17:24 |  #13

I bought a canon 10 - 18 efs f4.5 f5.6 is stm today. Got it for 170 euro. Was used once so its like new and will do for what i want and ill have it if i ever need it. Its no 1000 euro lense but it will do me and be rarely used but there if i need it again


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