Hey all, a little background on my shooting habits:
I'm a pro detailer and I've had a 17-40/5D2 for about a year now to take with me on shoots of my projects, which you can see in the link below. I also own a 50 1.4 that I barely use to take shots because of not wanting to lug equipment around (I have to drag around a lot for work as it is). I'm not completely thrilled with the 17-40 either:
I've been thinking of getting a 24-70L to replace both the 17-40 and 50 1.4. Instead of having to bring 2 lenses around, I'd have the utility of the 1 zoom. Would this be a wise choice? Would the 24-70 give me better results on a full frame than the 17-40?
If you look at my work, you'll see a mix of close-ups to show defects in the paints, and then zoomed out shots for the final product. Would the 24-70 suit this style well?