I already saw some usefull advice here: What should my plan be for photographing in a nightclub setting?
But My question would be specifically about the lenses.
I'll be covering a kinda "hot" nightclub party, mostly faces will be blurred in the end due to anonymity, and, except for some eventual group shots if some ask, the main goal is to get a good sense of "party", and the "hotness" feeling of the night. In order to advertise for future parties.
So here's what I currently own:
- 3 TTLS flashes with yongnuo remote things
- Samyang 14mm MF
- cheapo ef 35 f/2
- cheapo ef 50 f/1.8
- the speedy (AF) ef 85 1.8
- expensivo (is that a word ?) 85 1.2L
- and a crappy tamron 11-24 that I can use from ~16mm if I don't mind hardcore vignetting but with AF.
Question: Will that be good enough? I was really tempted to take a 16-35 L for the occasion which seems perfect to me for such events, but I have never shot such events (neither I had shot really with a zoom).
Is that a good idea? Would you have a better alternative to propose?
Note: please just let's assume money is not the problem (it is, but, let's assume it's not)