These examples were shot in my backyard, this time using the manual focus Pentax-A 75mm f/2.8.
The 75/2.8 is not so easy to focus accurately when the light gets dim. The focus assist definitely helps, but it’s no cure-all for off-center focus, and not always perfectly accurate.
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