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July 25, 2014

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Anita

I love these types of posts. Thanks for sharing! Do you have any recommendations for a good walk around everyday lens besides the 24-70 2.8L? I have the 50 1.4 which I love but was thinking of adding another lens. Originally my plan was to get the 24-70 2.8 you mentioned but now the priced has jumped so high that it doesn't really make sense for someone like me who's not a professional. Have you heard anything about the Tamron 28-75 2.8 or do you think a wider prime (like a 28 1.8) would be a better option? I'd like it mostly for everyday shots and some travel. Thanks in advance for your help! :)

Jenny B.

Thanks so much for sharing all the details! :) I have thought about upgrading to a full frame body, but I'm wondering if it would really be worth it since almost all of my photos end up in a Project Life layout and have to be cropped to fit the pockets. Have you had that issue?

Jen

Great post, your photos are always beautiful! I'd love to know if you have a bag that you like to carry your camera around when you are out with the kids!

Susan Weinroth


Hey Jen - Ive always used an epiphanie bag - have had a few different styles. Was planning to blog more about this in another photo friday post. HTHs!! :) -S

Susan Weinroth


Hey Anita! Ive never used any lenses other than Canon, but I would think that would be a great starting point to investigate - maybe you can find a place to rent one inexpensively so that you could really try it out. I DO have the Canon 28mm 1.8 and love it! I used it more before I purchased my 24-70. Its a great indoor lens (and also outdoor - especially for wide shots).

Susan Weinroth


Hey Jenny! All of my SLRs shoot at a 4x6 ratio regardless of whether they are a full frame or cropped sensor. My PNShoot iPhone shoot at a 3x4 ratio. I usually have to crop either of these to fit *something* on a Project Life spread since I use both 4x6 and 3x4 sized pocket pages. HTHs!

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