im asking around to see what the pro photogs that do weddings like to use. Up until now, ive been using my 50mm F1.8 and 85mm F1.8 lenses for indoor events, but the 50 isnt as wide as Id like it. I have been playing with the idea of getting 1 or 2 more primes, such as the 24mm or wider but im not sure. I do plan on upgrading my camera to either the canon t2i or 7d because of how much better it handles noise compared to my current xt and 20d camera's. But I only have the funds to buy one camera so the lens I use will be the one Ill be using the most because I dont want to change the lens during a wedding unless I have to. I also want to stick with EF lenses, not EF-s because in the future I plan to upgrade to a Canon 5dmII or what ever the current model is at the time. So I am thinking of either the Canon 16-35mm F2.8L or the Canon 24-70mm F2.8L, but cant decide. I like how wide the 16mm gets, but 35mm might be to wide for some wedding shots that I would want to get. I like the 70mm length of the other one, but I dont know if 24mm will be wide enough to get a shot of the entire wedding party at the alter, or even a large group shot outside the church. Plus the thing weighs twice a much as the 16-35mm lens. What do you wedding pro's suggest? Im open to off canon brands, I just dont know them that well to name any.