I did a search but must confess on my phone it's making me crazy, so here's my dilemma.
I'm trying to get a good mix within a budget. So far I have a 50mm f1.8, 90mm f2.8 with macro, 75-300mm f4 non IS. Later this week I will be getting a 24-105 L IS which will prolly become my walkaround lens.
My 75-300mm is obviously limited in its use while street shooting. Everyone seems to fawn over their 70-200 L lenses. Yet these lenses obviously aren't cheap, so how do I decide if this expense is worth it?
I shoot many different subjects. I'm building our church database for media and live service backgrounds, so I literally shoot carnivals, shopping carts and landscapes and everything in between (all seen on my gallery page).
These images are potentially going up on a big screen or on the website. I purchased a 5D Mark iii full frame camera for this purpose.
I can write off expenses like equipment since my tax guy said I can treat this as a side business and donate the pictures (just not labor), but I still have to spend the money. Sorry I'm rambling, I'm kind of in lens overload.