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    Hi All,

    Just wanted to get a feel from all you professional / semi-professional / amateur-want-to-be-professional / newbie photographers who at some point in time did do a wedding photography for money / frendship / etc... What is your fav lens and most used lens during the event (night and/or day)?

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    18-200mm VR. no need to change lens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ironman View Post
    18-200mm VR. no need to change lens.
    i sold my 18-200vr and bought a 17-55mm f/2.8

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    no doubts, 17-55mm IS f2.8

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    How abt Tamron 17-50 f2.8? Is it good for wedding?

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    24-105 in a FF cam.

    Or 35 f1.4 + 50 f1.2 + 85 f1.2.
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    17-40 F4...

    then again, cos that's the only lens i have...

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    24-105 is my choice
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    Quote Originally Posted by ~Arcanic~ View Post
    17-40 F4...

    then again, cos that's the only lens i have...

    good enuf.. sometime that's all I need.
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    35mm/1.4 on FF that all

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    fav - 10-20 or 85
    most used - 17-55

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    Quote Originally Posted by CYRN View Post
    Or 35 f1.4 + 50 f1.2 + 85 f1.2.
    THis setup sounds very very familiar...

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    17-55, and if have the money to burn, 35 1.4 or a 85 1.2 to chiong bokeh
    random equipment.
    where are my primes?

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    17-55 for me...the range is really useful....

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    17-40 f/4 L. No doubt about that. With this lens, I can obtain sharp pictures even at 1/8 sec without flash, because of the focal length and handling.
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    24m,85mm,135mm
    Last edited by Belle&Sebastain; 1st January 2007 at 02:42 PM.

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    17-35mmf/2.8 ..
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    17-55mm the best for wedding. Relax and shoot.
    Think of concepts and work towards it.

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    fave and most used, 35L. sweet baby!!

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    Hmm... sounds like primes are greatly favoured for the weddings... however, might be hard to get some shots due to the restriction in zoom...

    Btw, been noticing some mixed reviews of the 17-55dx on the various sites... questioning whether it is worth the price when the increase in quality does not commensurate linearly. Anyway, been using the d80 kit lens for shooting and just wanted to get a feel of how significant would the quality vary between the two. Any bad experiences with this lens? Sample variations?

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