Can people share their tips for settings that help get the most natural looking skin-tones possible on the Sony A6000 under most circumstances? I like to get as much fine detail in skin as possible, so I like to see pores, freckles and tiny hairs. Mostly I like to shoot single person portraits and headshots and the Sigma DN F2.8 60mm Art Lens is my favourite lens for portraits. I also have 3 manual flash units YN560's I normally shoot in RAW + JPEG and normally use lightroom. I know the camera has portrait modes, but not sure if these do much compared to standard mode? Also what F Stop would most people use this lens on for a headshot? I like a nice Bokeh but I'd like at least both eyes to be in focus for most shots. Does anyone make good use of the Eye Focus on the A6000 for headshots? I've assigned it to the AEL button on my camera but is there a way to get the camera to focus on the eyes automatically? I know it focuses on the face in the right setting but not sure if automatic eye focus is possible without having to hold down a custom button first. Also is there any software that I can use to shoot tethered to a laptop but see the image on the screen and take the photo from the laptop? I know there's ways to using the remote shutter app and then watch a hot folder, but I want a live preview so I can see the fine details in a face before I hit the shutter.