I would say either a low light prime lens, like a 50mm 1.4, or the 35mm 1.8. Or if you would like to shoot flowers and small things .. a nice macro lens.
If you've just begun to photograph, your first purchases should be books on photographic basics, or courses rather than more equipment.So i've got the Tamron 18-270 Lens with my D90, and I just got into photography. Its my only lens, and I'd like some pointers on what people think I should go for next.
Thanks in advance
Since you got a good lens then covers a very wide range of focal length, stay with the Tammy for a good month or so worth a shooting. Analyze your photos and note at what lenght you mostly shoot.
Your next lens purchase may either be a lens within the focal length you often shoot or conversely the focal length you shoot less of. With that, your next lens will be more valued, IMHO.
Yes get the credit card out, I have many sneaky ways of hiding purchases from the wife,Whats wrong with you people?
This is the lens lust sub-forum and you telling someone not to buy a new lens, shame on you guys. :wink:
As others have suggested, since you have such a large focal length covered already, the next step is faster glass.
If you want to get a taste of what a larger apertures can do, you could try the 50 f/1.8D for pretty cheap (~90) used or just spend twice as much (~200) and pick up the 35 1.8G.