Question about Opteka HD² for Nikon D80, D70s, D70, D50, D40x, D40, D200, D100 (SLD-NIKON)
I have a Nikon D100 and have been photographing models against a white background. It works okay unless they are wearing black or dark blue clothing when the images are usually out of focus or blurred. In the few photos where the dress has been in focus, the models face is not.
I think you have 2 problems at one time.
1 - I notice that your depth of field is very narrow, (your aperature is quite open) which hardly can focus the spot you want. try to increase the f/number like f/4 or above. the models face and there clothes toward your nikon D100 is almost the same distance, so they should be in the same focus range, but as I said witch big aperatures like f/2.8 of f/1.4 every inch count when it becames to focus.
2 - Set your camera in Single-focus (not Continous focus) en focus on the models face. then press halfway en keep it pressed. then you can compose a new position (still pressed halfway) and when the composition is good, then press it further to capture the photo.
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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