So there I was, hot tallented model with sunlight streaming through some dense treas in the back ground. My model standing in the shade with the reflection from a window to highlight her hair. Add in some fill flash with a soft box and whos feeling like they nailed the shot, ya me. So I get home and from that shoot half my shots are out of focus. I was using a single point that was basically nailed to the models forehead/eyes and shooting at 2.8 to 3.5 at 7 meters distance.
Whats the deal with how Nikon cameras decide what is considered in focus and how do you get around the problem of a bright background throwing off the accuracy of the cameras focus.
FYI I shot 2.8 and then did extra shots at 5.6 just in case my artsy whim didn't pan out. Yay