My wife and I spent a few days here: ... Beautiful city and nice people.
i was born there and spent almost half my recent life there.
moved to ghent about 18 years ago and haven't regretted it yet.
though bruges is "beautiful", it's fake and quite dead at night, compared to ghent.
I have no 'mottos'. I use the 80 and 50 most. Actually I carry them always together.
Ditto. In order of use 80mm, 50mm, 250mm, 38mm [SWC], and then 150mm. I do not do portraits often any more. If I am travelling and there are either narrow streets or tram lines, then I will tend towards wide angle more. Mostly I use the focal length for image cropping [read: compostion] more often then for perspective choice.
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Nothing beats a great piece of glass!
I leave the digital work for the urologists and proctologists.
i don't think neither 50 or 120 can replace your 80. reading my own thread, maybe they can if used together.
in your case, i'd get the cheaper one (so you can get started) and wait for an 80 to come along.
i tend to do my "closer" stuff with an extensiontube, since neither 80 nor 150 focus close enough.
even works for close portraits on the 150.