Hi, apologies for this as it's probably very basic but having had a search online I cannot find the answer or at least not one I understand so hoping someone here might solve this issue. I am using a Sony RX10-3 and whilst at the cricket on Friday I felt I was getting some decent shots. However when I got home and had a flick through I'd say that 80% of them had my subject e.g. The batsman out of focus but the crowd behind perfectly sharp!! Through the viewfinder and the live view everything looked good however I'm obviously not getting something right when taking the shot. I guess when taking these types of picture the it might be difficult for the camera to distinguish between the one person and then the thousands behind however from seeing thousands of sports photos it is obvious that anyone competent can manage it. I have attached a picture to give an example of how mine tended to come out. So essentially my question is, when shooting at distance how can I get the object in focus against a very 'busy' background. I was using Shutter Priority mode to freeze the action. Are there any other particular settings that would help focus the subject? Again, apologies as this is probably Photography 101 but any help would be appreciated. Thank you!