I'm not sure how I haven't learned yet because I've been burned before, but I put too much trust in the back screen of my camera when checking shots and I got burned again but shooting some portraits of my kids with too shallow depth of field so one of the kids faces is severely OOF. Does my E-M10 support any kind of aperture bracketing that I could use to avoid this kind of thing? Or, one thing I figured out on my own after reviewing the shots and being disappointed by a few misses is to turn on AF and MF and turn on focus peaking. That way for shots like this I can quickly double check focus manually and if I can't get all the facial features to light up, I know I'm too shallow and need to close down the aperture. How do you all avoid situations like this? Completely blurring out the background can be great for portraits but nothing is worse than having the best keeper from a pose and facial expression be unusable due to a technical error.