Get back away from the subject to get more depth of field. You might have to crop, but your subjects will be in focus. A longer focal length lens can also help you get back and have more depth of field, but prices go up with wide apertures at long focal lengths.
April 21, 2014, 06:42:11 AM
Topic: AF Focus Point on 5D Mark II... (Read 3280 times)
Almost anyone coming from a APS-C sensor camera will notice the reduced DOF on a FF body
So true!! I sure noticed it!
Canon 5d Mark II Canon 1D classic EOSM 20-35 2.8L 50 1.2L 135 2.0L 80-200 2.8L 40 Pancake and a bunch of old film cameras