It is unlikely to have depth of field like that with a lens that wide on it. Move the camera way back and zoom in some more.
Thanks for the tip man , that is one of my biggest problem I'm not familiar with working with camera.
I don't like to shot something , I just like to edit it.
Shallow depth of field screams miniatures....
Your color grading is also a bit flat. Camera moves are a huge part of learning how to do 3D. I'd suggest you read "The 5 C's of Cinematography" and old book with more good information about making successful sequences in fewer pages than anything I have read in 40 years in the business. Camera work in 3D is exactly the same as camera work on a set... if your camera does not point the right way or move in the right way then it distracts from your story rather than enhances it. Practice with your smart phone and make short sequences to see how things work.
Thank you ,
I will be bear that in mind next time I create sequence.