Hey all, My wife and I are heading to Peru this coming Thursday, Sep. 5th for a much-needed vacation. This trip is the reason I got back into photography and purchased my NEX-3N a couple of months ago. Since then I've been reading and watching all I can on photography techniques, exposure control, good composition, etc. I've also amassed a small collection of legacy Minolta lenses and have been practicing when I could. Now, as the trip approaches, I am getting excited and also a little nervous that I have all my ducks in a row. So I am asking for any photographic advice for making the most out of my vacation. Here's a list of my current lenses, and how I plan to utilize them. Do these make sense? Sony E 16-50mm kit lens: General vacation snapshots. Also for times when I want something small and easy. Minolta MD 50mm f/2.0: Some street photography when I want to get a little closer. Perhaps some portraiture. Minolta MD W.Rokkor-X 28mm f/2.8: Street photography, especially during the Mistura Food Festival in Lima Minolta Maxxum AF 100-200mm f/4.5-22: Coupled with the LA-EA2 adapter, this lens has great auto-focus. I plan to use it in Machu Picchu for closer landscape shots. Also potentially for some street photography sniping Sony E 16mm f/2.8 "pancake" (borrowed from a friend): Wide angle landscape shots in Machu Picchu, other wide shots. I might experiment with this for some street photography, maybe like "environmental portraits". By the way, the Mistura Food Festival is a 10-day event where Peruvian food is showcased, from street vendors to the world's top chefs. They expect over a million people this year. It will be a party-filled atmosphere in the streets of Lima with many sights, sounds, smells, and tastes to enjoy. This is where I hope to cut my teeth on street photography. The Machu Picchu ruins will be where I hope to practice my landscape shots. I'm bringing a tripod to make sure I get sharp photos here. Anyway, I hope all you seasoned photographers can offer some good tips to maximize my first real photography "assignment" Thanks in advance!