I am going to my wife's sister's wedding this next weekend. I won't know more than 5 people at this wedding, so I figured I'd bring along the camera and occupy my time. I think I have set on which lenses I will bring in a small bag. Right now, here is my lineup:
Its an outdoor ceremony, so I think I will bring the trust Beercan, 70-210/4 for the outdoor shots. It will be on the beach, so I am not worried about low light. However, since it will be close to (if not at) sunset, I will put on a polarizing filter on it. Its a bit of an odd choice, but its so small compared to anything else in its range, it fits the small bag I'm using easily.
For the reception indoors:
Tamron 28-75/2.8 - Fast and flexible
Minolta 50/1.7 and 135mm/2.8.
My external flash with a diffuser.
I badly want to bring the new Sigma 50/1.4. However, its just too large. If I take it, I lose out on the 135/2.8, in addition to the 50/1.7 it replaces. I'm bringing a 50mm for low light fun, with the intention of not using a flash. I've also got spare batteries (camera and flash). I traded the 90mm Tamron for the Sigma 50, so it isn't an option anymore.
Given my lens choices, would you do anything different?
16-55/28, 23/2, 56/1.2, 18-135, 100-400, 1.4x t/c.
Minolta MC 50/1.4, MD 135/2.8