I did a studio photoshoot today and noticed that I was experiencing trouble with getting the focus right when shooting on a "portrait" orientation compared to landscape.
Although I focused exactly on the model's eyes, the focus point always appears elsewhere, such as the garment and even in some cases, the model's feet!
I was using the vertical grip's release when sooting the portrait orientation if that's any useful information but have never experienced this problem when shooting other portraits in the past!
30mm f/1.4 @ f/4
1/80 sec (or was it 1/100th?)
spot focus selected
I've posted two unedited, uncropped photos as reference. The landscape format is great and in focus as I wanted. However, the portrait seems out of focus on her eyes, which is where I aimed the focus point to be.
Could someone please provide some insight as a few shots are completely unusable due to this problem!