What Lens Is Better For Landscape Photography 70-200mm f2.8 or f4

I think there's a natural progression of lens choice for landscape photographers. People love the wide angle lens. No doubt, it's an awesome lens. In fact, I still use my ALL THE TIME.

However, I get tired of those epic wide angle scenes that fit everything into the frame. It's counter-intuitive, I know.

After the wide angle, people move to the 70-200mm lens for landscape photography.

And that begs the question; what lens is better for landscape photography? The 70-200mm f2.8 or f4?

It's a really good question.

To effectively answer it for your own photography, though, you need to dissect what you primarily photograph.

Here's what I mean...

Do an audit of your photos. What are you shooting most? Is it mainly landscapes? Is it mainly smaller or faster moving subjects? 

Your answer will depend of what 70-200mm lens will be better for you and your photography. 

In this video, What Lens Is Better For Landscape Photography 70-200mm f2.8 or f4, I'll show you exactly what I mean and which 70-200mm lens will be best for you.

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