Upload & Sell: Off
So in an effort to simplify my kit and just shoot more I sold my x100 and Canon Crop Gear for a 5D3. I have always been a prime guy but the 24-70L ll looked so good I sold my 50L and purchased it. Currently this is all I have. I LOVE the new 24-70, it has made me a convert. That said, I do a little studio shooting in my house (mostly for my 4-year old, friends and fun). The 70mm is limiting for this so I'm looking for something longer.
I also do some nature/wildlife photography, so I would like a lens I can use for both. I think the obvious answer is the 70-200L ll, but I really do not have the cash for that right now. Do you guys have any advice for a lens in the $1k or less range that would be great for dual-duty? I was initially thinking 135L but it is a bit short for wildlife and almost too(!) sharp for the studio. The other thing I was thinking is just grab an 85 1.8 for the studio and a decent 70-300 for wildlife (something like the Tamron VC which seams decent). I'm just not sure the 85 is long enough for the "flattening" effect in the studio. Am I over-thinking this? Thoughts? Any advice would be appreciated; paralysis by analysis is setting in