Macro for the Hot Toys super close-up. Prime (not really wide angle ones) for portraits, based on recommendations and from what I've seen/learned via YouTube.
You do know that when you use a macro lens only a small part will be in focus and quite sharp, the rest will be blurry as the lens offers a shallow depth of field. Also, are you planning to show the seams and imperfections, or even the logo of the toy? And one more thing, are you planning to show a 1:1 scale of a figure? Macro photography is quite different from close-up photography.
You will be taking portraits of people? Full or half body? You are aware that wide lenses have distortions that may affect the final product/output, yes?
Edited by Queen Darkeinjel, Yesterday, 10:34 AM.