I'm doing my first real car shoot in a few days so I'm wondering what lens is best to use? It's not a pro shoot, just doing it for my cousin who's been working on his car for the past year who's finally gotten it to a point he'd like to have quality photos of.
I have a 5Dc, 35mm f/2, and 50mm f/1.8 MKi and access to my brother's 30D and 24-105L.
I was thinking if I use the 24-105, I could stay in 70-105mm range at f/4 to get the bokeh that I see in other car shot examples, but I haven't had a chance to test it out yet so I don't know if that holds true.
I use the 35mm all the time so I know it really well, but I do wanna get some bokeh shots with a nice background. The 35 would be good for a generally sharp photo of the car, and small details since it's basically a macro due to the focus range imo.
I'm not quite sure about the 50mm since I haven't used it in forever.
I do have a CPL for the 35 and 50 though, but coming from more experienced auto shooters, I'm just wondering what would you use more?