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Old August 14th, 2016, 04:42 AM
Nicolas Claris Nicolas Claris is offline
Join Date: Apr 2006
Location: Bordeaux
Posts: 5,592

Originally Posted by Antonio Correia View Post
Thank you Nicolas for letting me know about your practical experience.

This Nicolas - one camera, one lens - is indeed the best and more practical option.
It even gives place for a neutral on/and a polarizing filter... 24-80 is perfectly enough for this kind of photography.
We will go to Ajanta Caves and there perhaps the wide angle would be more interesting to use but we can't have everything can we ?
While the lens @80 will do the job for the portraits...
Even the medium Gorilla tripod can be taken !

This solution solves my problem of weight !
But still one "problem" to overcome: the MacBook. It is easier to solve...
Good! Glad I could modestly help you to make your decision : )
I forgot to say, that when I wrote one lens only, it was a fix focal lens… With a zoom lens, you'll be the king!
However, I think that one unique focal, is challenging but forces you to adapt to it and find the right framing, also it gives a style to a whole work…

As for the MacBook, of course it is needed for saving your photos, but will also, from time to time with wifi, to post some in OPF ; )
Please do no repost my images elsewhere than OPF without my permission.
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