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rbsandor

Denver, US
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"Flying Donuts"

rbsandor Silver Member Nikonian since 29th Aug 2007
Wed 16-Feb-11 06:13 PM

I've used a catchy title to lure folks in. The attached photo has me curious as to what would cause the "Flying Donut" effect. The donuts are a flock of geese in the background. As you can see, they have been rendered as hollow circles, rather than as solid objects. Since I took the photo with a D7000, I thought I'd post here. The settings were D7000, 70-200 VII lens and the new TC2.0III at f8, 1/2500, -1.3EV and ISO 320. I was facing SW at 4:45PM. One dozen of Dunkin' Donuts finest for the correct answer. Richard

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