First time posting in this section.
Looking for ideas and things I'm not considering it my search for additional lenses.
I have 4 lens in my arsenal currently. Canon's F4 24-105L, F4 100-400L, F2.8 100mm macro, and Zeiss ZE 2/35. I've got two bodies, a FF 6D and 1.3x 1D Mark ii. FF is getting more use now since it's FF and I take landscapes more (obviously).
With the exception of the macro lens, the other three really cover a broad range of applications in landscape photography.
The Zeiss 2/35 is currently my favorite, although I get more use out of the 24-105L. And despite the 24-105L being the broad kit L lens that most people have,
I find it's pretty darn sharp. The F2.8 24-70 seems to be the preferred lens of many photographers because of the bokeh that 2.8 provides, but since my focus is on landscapes, I think the F2.8 will not get used much at all. The 100-400 gets used occasionally, and the F2.8 100mm macro is for other things.
On my last trip to urban areas, I kept wishing I had the TSE-24. I felt that the Tilt Shift capability would give me a capability that I cannot get any other way.
Other lenses I'm also considering are the Zeiss 21mm - Wide Angle Prime lens. I don't think i need auto focus for wide angle primes generally, but looking for feedback here.
Another one is the 85mm 1.2 L - I'm just liking this lens only because of the F1.2 capability and it might inspire me to be a people photographer, but I have a feeling I would find little practical use out of it.
Also, what is an ideal lense to stitch with on Canon? Could the 85 be ideal here too?
Other lens suggestions, ideas, feedback, questions, (maybe even derision?!)?