Your tickets are booked and you’re packing your bags when you realise that you don’t want to be dragging around your whole house with you while you’re touring that romantic countryside or that scenic valley, but you absolutely need your whole arsenal of camera gear to capture those breathtaking images that grace the likes of National Geographic and computer desktops around the world.
The reality is, you only need 2 or 3 lenses at the most.
[blockquote client_name=”JL”]The reality is, you only need 2 or 3 lenses at the most[/blockquote]
A good zoom lens is more than enough to handle most jobs and having a 50mm prime is also pretty handy especially if it’s a fast lens! F1.4 is a great lifesaver in the most unexpected of times. So what are we talking about when I mention zoom lenses? I’m talking about a lens with a range of focal lengths starting at the wide end of the spectrum (17mm+) and ending in a mid telefocal length (100mm+)
With that focal range covered, you should be able to capture just about everything that crosses your path!
Here are a few shots I’ve captured with a 17mm-40mm F4 lens and a 24mm-105mm F4 lens, see if you can guess which lens was used to capture each image