A “prime” example of how photography differs as a hobby and as a job.They totally will. But I was barely able to get through a couple of paid shoots with the primes. Where the zoom versatility would have made it a cake walk. Now I just have the resist the call of the primes
This is a struggle with me too.They totally will. But I was barely able to get through a couple of paid shoots with the primes. Where the zoom versatility would have made it a cake walk. Now I just have the resist the call of the primes
Relevant and funny on such a high level.A “prime” example of how photography differs as a hobby and as a job.
I may find I need a prime or two, or want for creative purposes, down the road. You are spot on about it being a struggle. But my days of selling/buying just what I need at the time are past me. I'm going to build a kit based around the 16-55/50-140. Getting yourself a second body is also a good idea for the purpose of having a backup. That's the main reason I picked up a second X-T2/battery grip. While you can reschedule portraits if a malfunction happens. It's always easier to swap out bodies and keep going. This is the other reason I'm thinking the 18-55 is good to get. It can be a backup to the 16-55.This is a struggle with me too.
I'm starting to realize that I may need both.
For the time being, I'm going to add another trigger and run two bodies.
I love it! You are right in that it is very useful. The black backing is removable, making it a shoot through umbrella. There are so many angles you can position these in. I also have a pair of the 60". For headshots I put a 60 on either side of the person, and the 88 right behind me.How are you liking it?
I just ordered a 60". Was $50 off.
I think it might be pretty useful.
I've written a python program for this kind of calculation!I need to do the math and figure out how big a zoom is equivalent to cropped a 61 MP image down to 6 mp. Unfortunately, my students and colleagues seem to feel that I need to teach my classes.