Sun 18-Nov-12 08:37 PM | edited Sun 18-Nov-12 08:38 PM by hawaii502160
>A couple of thoughts... > >Firstly, Continuous AF (AF-C) is intended for moviong subjects >- when your subject is static AF-S is a better choice. >Secondly, check your Custom Settings a1 and a2 - depending on >what values you have chosen it can be possible to take a shot >without focus having been achieved. Thirdly, the outer AF >points detect detail in only one direction, so you do need to >be more careful about selecting a suitable focus target.
I figured AF-C would be best as it would allow for slight movements of myself and the subject...even though the subject is at rest there are still movements from breathing, wind, etc...however slight. Also, I have the shutter set to focus release, and the camera indicated focus lock before each shot was taken.