This is going to be new for me - have a beach wedding coming up in June.
Couple has rented a huge house on the beach and will have a tent put up right on the beach in addition to house location.
Going to be near the longest day of the year, so baring rain, lots and lots and lots of sun.
Beach faces South so will have side lighting for most of the day.
For those with experience with similar situations, did you use polarizing filters? Is it worth it? I'm thinking if so I won't bother with the 70-200 as the FOV is so narrow - yes / no? Maybe leave it on the 17-40 (which I rarely if ever use) - and maybe the 24-70?)
Generally I'm a 24-70 & 70-200 shooter that switches to fast primes for the indoor darker stuff.
I have 72, 77, 82mm polarizing filters (72=primes, 77=17-40 & 70-200, 24-70=82). Up until now, I have only ever used the 77mm on my 17-40 when I was out all day thinking about wide-angle stuff.
thanks for input