btw, TS. you replied the question with "Focus Mode" not "Focus Area"
are you on multi or spot focusing areas?
bottomline is, just bring everything and they know what to do. in fact the newer lines of dslr has the af micro-adjustment built in where you can diy. you just need a focusing chart, tripod and good light.
[Canon EOS 5D II + 40D | EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II + 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II] [Fuji X-Pro1 + XF35mm f/1.4]
Since you are shooting with an UWA lens and not worried about critical DOF for a portrait for example, focus on his torso as a bigger target.
No there is not. This is where you, as the photographer, need to develop skills. Know your equipment and how to maximize it.Originally Posted by bbbddd
Hi TS.... dont worry too much lar.... nothing wrong with your Cam or lens..... its just the setting.... play around with it more..... I had the same problem... worst was shooting an event.... human all off.... the stuff in front/behind all turn out sharper..... lucky not paid job... just shoot for company record purpose... guess D7000 less forgiving in this aspect....
Look at the pics taken on computer scren zoom 50-100% and check th sharpness of the pics. That will help you to trouble-shoot.