When I owned a crop sensor camera, I purchased a Tamron 28-75mm f/2.8 and a Canon 50mm f/1.4, along w/ some other lenses (which I sold when I sold my crop body). I recently acquired a FF Canon camera that came w/ the Canon 24-105mm f/4 and the 17-40mm f/4 lens.
I am not a professional photographer, and use my camera primarily for friends' weddings, birthday parties, gatherings, as well as travel. As my wife and I are having our first child, the camera will also get much use to photograph our family.
To me (a hobbyist), it seems as if the Tamron and the 24-105 are redundant in terms of their focal lengths. For the more seasoned photographers out there, both professional and amateur, do you think there's any reason for me to keep the Tamron AND the 24-105?
Furthermore, of the lenses that I currently own, are there any that you would probably sell? I added a poll to this thread, and hope that I get people's insights. FYI - at this time (and being a hobbyist), I am not looking to upgrade to any other nicer L lenses, such as the 16-35, 24-70, etc., nor am I looking to purchase any telephoto lenses.
One more thing - for those of you who have been kind enough to vote in the poll, could you also please respond to this thread to explain why you voted for a particular choice? Thanks!