Sorry as english is not my native language I'm not sure if I got this sentence right....
I'm not in the situation that I do paid weeding shots anytime soon. Not as long as I don't own a second body (right now I'm thinking about the Mark III by the end of 2014).
But, I see lenses as a long term investment. I don't want to buy new lenses right now, then figure out next year that I'm good enough for doing stuff like weddings (I can't imagine that I am, but two years ago I also did't think that someone pays for a landscape photo of mine ).
Right know I think about doing this:
Keep the f4 lenses and the 100 2.8. Sell the 50 1.8. Buy a 85 1.8 this year and also 35 2.0.
This would mean that I have 17-40, 24-105 and 70-200 covered with f4 zooms and 35/85/100 primes.
Next year probably a 135/2L. A flash is already in the camera bag.
Then gaining some experience with shootings in the friends/family circle. Then if and only if I feel good enough for paid jobs, invest in a 70-200 2.8.
What do you think about this?