Which two lenses. (pics added)

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Have you done the session?

My take is, it's engagement shots. So, not much PJ work. There is no absolute need for a 70-200VR. But 70-200VR is good for close head shots and being lazy.

John, I did the shoot last night. I wound up taking 80% of the shots with the 28-70mm as predicted. This is really my most comfortable lens. Thanks again for everyone's suggestion. For better or worse, the 85mm never came out to play!

Here's one with the beast.

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Here's a typical one with the 70-200mmVR. I just asked them to walk towards me and have fun. Probably my favorite shot of the night.

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The rest are all posted in the portrait section.
https://www.nikoncafe.com/vforums/showthread.php?t=112095
 
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Everything in your bag. It's really fun to use all of your styles in a photoshoot. This past week in a 15 minute shoot, I shot with the 12-24 f/4, 28 f/2.8, 70-200 f/2.8, and the 50 1.4. I wish I could have had my 85 f/2 with me as well.

The 50 1.4 won the battle of the lenses and made her look MUCH more beautiful and skinny than she really is. I used all of these lenses to show off a bit of the background as well as it is for the advertising dept of my college and it was in a university building.
 
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