I am an amateur photographer who is trying to get more serious about my photography. This is a hobby of mine for only a couple of years now. I currently own a Canon Rebel T3 with the 18-55mm kit lens, Tokina 10-17mm fisheye, and very recently aquired a 50mm 1.8 fix. since the 50mm is so new to me I am looking for advice on the best way and subjects to use with this lens. I love the depth of field it provides. I'm learning that the subjects need to be quite a distance away to capture a full frame. People call this their prime lens but taking it out on a day to day basis I am having trouble. Everything is too close.
I am also looking for advice on getting a wide angle lens. I mostly enjoy taking landscape pictures and would like to get more into night photography.
Lastly I would like advise in a telephoto lens. I have used a 75-30"mm and loved it. I took some pictures of a full moon and they came out very nice. Would this be a good starter telephone lens? Any tripod advice would be helpful as well. I only own a gorilla pod but am looking for a full size one good for a beginner.
Again i consider myself a beginner. I have taken a hands on workshop that took me completely out of the auto setting. I know the basics. Any insight for someone like me looking to get more knowledgable would be greatly appreciated. I thank you in advance for your words!