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Mary Burgy, March 30, 2018 in Focus checks
This is ok. Not spectacular, but easily passable.
What can I improve? Is the WB off? I realize I used the sheet but I think I used it without flash (b/c I took a few natural light pics too)
I ended up in the wrong section for posting again... SO sorry
Yes, of course I was commenting on the focus.
It looks like your lens that was used is front focusing a lot. His hands / arm closest to the camera is much more in focus than his eyes and face. If you'd like to discuss this further, post in the "DSLR Bistro" in the Ask Brian section.
My camera is currently at the shop due to focus issues with the outer focal points. This will be my 3rd time sending it in.....
3rd time? Hmm...I'd start saving for a new camera body. Which make/model is your camera?
Heck no. This is new. 5dMarkiv. I’ll keep sending it back until they get it right or replace.
I just noticed something!!What version of the 24-70 are you using?
The older / original Canon 24-70? Or the newer Version II? Or is it a Tamron / Sigma?
The reason I ask is the original Canon 24-70 produces images like this, especially at 24mm and 70mm. I know several photographers in real life who can not trust the original Canon 24-70 on paid gigs. The Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L Version II USM Lens fixed a lot of quirks that the original had.
It's the new one. I am sending my camera back again. It is inconsistent in its focusing. It may need a new auto focus assembly... or something like that.