Thanks to all. I'd be stretching the truth a bit if I said my model moved but she was sitting quite still at the moment. Camera was tripod-mounted and I used a wireless trigger.
What I found difficult was after I took the first shot through the viewfinder and found focus on one AF point in her left eye, I then went to LV and noticed that my focus area on the LCD was not quite in the same area so I moved the view area to the center of my LCD, enlarged the view x10, manually focused again and took the second shot. The second shot is what appears to be OOF. This puzzles me greatly.
Had to chuckle at one's comment, 'maybe you should have your eyes checked'..... That was my first thought however if I can see that one of the two images is sharp then I know my eyes are OK. FYI, I was wearing my contacts with reading glasses to make sure I get the best shot I can. And yes, the diopter in my viewfinder has been adjusted to my 50+ eyesight.
Why is the image on the LCD not in the same area as the AF point through the VF?
Does anyone have that answer?
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