these are all amazing pictures.
I find that all of this is right on.. the 70-200 on my crop seems a bit "too close" many times and now that I have a 24-70, I find my self having to switch quite a bit.
I now wonder if it's best to grab a FF and then the 70-200 is a lot more ideal? that difference in "range" seems like it would be huge as I find many times I'm under the basket trying to use the 70-200 however it needs that extra little bit to capture more in the frame. the FF larger sensor seems like it would help a lot too.
On the other hand, I am thinking to just get the 7dMII and deal with the switching of the 24-70 and 70-200.
It's almost overwhelming to me to figure this out (I'm a beginer) as its seems I still have trouble in low light and getting shots truly in focus. I think my 70=200 sigma struggles at time and I'm not sure if the problem is the lens, me, or the body. I'm still using my t3i.
I took some pics this weekend: https://flic.kr/s/aHskBmcSwW
I know I still need a lot of work on composition etc and I'm working on that however there are still many shots that are under exposed and worse yet out of focus. IT seems many times is focuses on the wrong subject which is why I think the 7dII or 5dIII body would help with better focus on moving target however I also wonder if my sigma 70-200 needs to be upgraded to the canon. too bad they don't make a 25-150 range or something similar, would be ideal. then I see the 1.8 sigma 50-100 which sounds like the perfect basketball "range" of zoom with 1.8 however I'm wondering about how it will perform real world and it seems like a waste to have that and a 70-200 and a 24-70 lol.
the tamron 24-70 I got does seem to do a better job at focusing (I think) than the 70-200 sigma, just not sure.
any feedback or suggestions are always welcomed as you all are amazing compared to my level and knowledge