Hi all, am hoping the pros here to enlighten me on my topic. Very often when I take picture, somehow I feel that all my pictures are not sharp/ in focus and I can't seem to pin point my exact mistakes!
Here's what I've used to take this picture:
1) Canon 400D
2) 50mm f1.8
3) Aperture Priority mode
4) Aperture set to f5.6 (Shutter 1/25)
5) Auto white balance
6) I have a desk lamp (white flourescent tube) right above the subject
7) Used only the center AF point and meter off subject's green nose
8) ISO 400
9) 0 Exposure compensation
Photo is not edited in any way except for the size (made it to fit 4R)
I would like to ask what am I missing or am I asking for too much? (you get what you paid for? haha)
I guess using f5.6 will be safe enough to ensure sufficient depth to be covered but where should the AF point aim at? I was told that we should always use single AF point (and not auto) and take metering off the subject's eyes. But when I tried doing that, the nose of the rabbit became blurer! (I read that it will always be shallower in the foreground than in the background and maybe that explains why when I aim at the subject's eyes, the nose became blurer)
Anyway, hope to receive valuable feedback from the community and sorry for the long post!