And the example is of a camera on tripod. When handholding the movement of the photographer compounds the problem am sure..
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This Guys red line/green line theory is correct, but focus the intended area first i.e. her face and then recompose to include the dress. Result pin sharp where you want it to be on her face with the dress slightly out of focus. In other words put the cart before the horse.
Posting this as an example of 1dx output as the light was really really low.
For those who are interested, these 'monks' bathe in Ganges every twelve years in a huge affair called Kumbh mela.
Lovely Image Sanj, Lad with the Axe would grab my attention.
Another place I've never been to, India, absolutely have to spend some time there, so many Beautiful places and Gorgeous People to see & experience.
I'de love to get there for the Tigers, but I've heard so many poor reports on how crazy the experience has become with Huge crowds of vehicles & "Me Me" type Photographers, if there's a more in depth quiter & more personal way to do this I'de appreciate the heads up.
I went to Ankor Wat last year for 4 days, last time I was there was 1986, then it was an amazing experience, this time around I couldn't wait to get away, so sad really.
I ordered mine from B&H at about 7:00a Eastern on the morning after the announcement.
I emailed them today asking when I could expect shipment, and if they knew whether mine would be shipped from their initial allocation.
I got the standard "we ship them in the order that we received the orders. We don't know" response.