I’m really sorry, but due to my lack of time for photography right now I cannot finish the site properly so I’ll update the photography section when the housebuilding process stress has settled down a bit.
I bought my first DSLR camera in 2008. Only within a couple of weeks I got my 70-200mm lens. Nowaday I rarely use this lens because of its broken electric motor which affects the autofocus.
The next lens I bought was a wide-angle lens, the Sigma EX DC 10-20mm f/4 HSM. This is a good lens, but not that sharp as I it should be. This lens is in my photo bag since 2009, many pictures have been taken with this lens.
Sigmas EX DG 150mm f/2.8 APO HSM macro objective was the next one I got, bought in 2010 but very, very rarely used. Today I’d wish I never bought this one. I don’t even have a mounting rail for precise camera positioning.
After a break I bought my second DSLR, the Canon 80D, in late 2016. Not much later I bought two new objectives, the Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 STM and the EF-S 24mm f/2.8 STM – both as a pancake version. I’m looking towards the 24mm and wish it was no pancake but a “real” objective, maybe a “L” version.
Besides those two pancakes I got the Samyang MC CS II 8mm f/3.5 Fisheye in mid 2017. Also, all in all a good lens, but not really sharp. Really not. Respectevely to the wide angle, this is not that bad as it sounds right now. You can still produce good-looking photos with it. Or videos.