Elliott :confused said:It seems no matter what lense im shooting with...(the kit, 50mm or 70-300) it seems that my focusing is about 50% off 50% on. Sometimes what will look right in the viewfinder will turn out totally wrong over the computer. I usually shoot AF. I almost always shoot AF-S....I tried AF-C once but I had even less photos that were in focus with that. What am I doing wrong? Cause obviously if its happening with 3 lenses then it is me. Not the lenses. If anybody has any ideas? ... Also, does anybody know of a way to control the light on my dog? I usually get one eye that you can see and the rest of her looks very very soft and out of focus.
Elliott :confused said:I did that shooting at different f-stops and started at 1.8-9 and I think somewhere around 3.2 was the clearest while still having decent light in it.
I think I will go try the same thing with my kit lense and 70-300. Figure that out too since I have a wedding this weekend where I am doing the just go around shooting whoever I want. Light is going to be an issue there.......trees and harsh sunlight that is gonna be going right down on us. Would you recommend using my SB-600 and underexposing it by like 2.0? 3.0? Or just not use flash?
Thanks again a bunch!
btw, how did you know what I shot each photo out? I can't even find it out.......well I don't know how. But where do I find all that info? A program or something?