The far telephoto range get's covered by the Minolta 4.5/400 HS APO. While an old Minolta design and a little difficult to find these days, this lens produces amazingly sharp photos... Hard to beat.
The Minolta 4.5/400 HS APO also matches well with teleconverters like the Sony
For close-ups we use the trusted Minolta 2.8/100 Macro. However, the newer Sony version of this lens should be just as good...
If I had to buy again, I would now probably opt for the Sony HVL-F58AM. It simply provides a superior design.
In addition to the main flash we actually use a whole lot of other lighting equipment, too: A couple of manual flashes, light shaping tools, light stands, flash gels, etc.
A lot of this stuff was bought on advice by another excellent blog: strobist.com. Proper artificial lighting is an art by itself and this blog is very much worth checking out.
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