I currently have the following lenses and looking for advice on "what's next"...welcome thoughts of the group
Canon EF-S 10-22mm
Canon EF 50mm f/1.8
Canon EF 24-105 f/4
Tamron 18-270mm f/3.5-6.3 Di II VC
The Tamron lens is an OK lens but I am finding limitations from an image quality perspective. I typically use the 24-105 as more of my everyday lens now that I have a started to become a stronger photographer.
So what do folks think I should consider next? My problem with choosing is that I love taking portrait shots but landscape is a lot of what I shoot as well.
So what say you wise ones?
That really depends on what exactly you want to achieve and what you feel you're currently lacking. You have good lenses there for both landscapes and portraits. In fact, the 24-105 should cover that to great extent right there. And you have something on the wider end as well.
If you want to introduce more of natural light with "bokeh" approach you might think about getting a better 50mm lens or perhaps the 85 1.8 instead (which would be more like a 135mm lens on your crop camera).
If the first interest is landscapes then there are many high quality wide angle primes that could add some value.
So it's really hard to say what makes sense for you next. Maybe you don't even need a new lens if you're not sure. Not to worry: there are plenty of other photography gizmos. How are you doing in the flash department? How about a new bag? Investing in a really good tripod is always something to consider for landscape photgraphy. Etc etc etc.