If you shoot with an aperture of f2.8 or even shallower, you know that it can happen that your subject(s) can get out of focus by leaving the focal pane. This happens easily if you’ve set your AF to Single or One Shot instead of Continuous or AI Servo.
Even though you can usually do with Single or One Shot AF and lock your focus when doing portraits it can get tricky in combination with a shallow depth of field like mentioned above. This is especially true when an animal is involved that can change the setting in an instance.
A tong over a face is enough for a dog to achieve something like that.
However, if it happens there is still a good chance to save the image. This is where today’s edit start. Let’s have a look:
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