ef 70 200mm usm is ii

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Cimitero Monumentale, Milan by Tobias

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IMG_9885.JPG by Jamie Smed

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SuperVeloce Roadster by Raphaël
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Lamborghini Aventador LP750-4 SV Roadster Tertre Rouge, 9:53 PM Le Mans Classic 2016

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Steep Creek par Branden Frederick

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Hi, my name is Gary Brookshaw and I’m a part-time wedding and portrait photographer from Chester, UK. My Tumblr blog is about wildlife photography.

My photography started as a hobby and then I moved into professional Wedding and Portrait photography. Wildlife photography is how I relax though - it’s about the only time I switch off!

I treat all my wildlife photography like I would a professional portrait. I’m looking for great portraits, usually with good eye contact and interesting composition.

I primarily use a Canon 7D with a Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8 L IS II USM lens for most of my wildlife work. I also sometimes use the Canon EF 100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM lens and a Canon EF Mark III 1.4x Extender.

Brookshaw Wildlife Photography

Hi, my name is Gary Brookshaw and I’m a part-time wedding and portrait photographer from Chester, UK. My Tumblr blog is about wildlife photography.


My photography started as a hobby and then I moved into professional Wedding and Portrait photography. Wildlife photography is how I relax though - it’s about the only time I switch off!


I treat all my wildlife photography like I would a professional portrait. I’m looking for great portraits, usually with good eye contact and interesting composition.

I primarily use a Canon 7D with a Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8 L IS II USM lens for most of my wildlife work. I also sometimes use the Canon EF 100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM lens and a Canon EF Mark III 1.4x Extender.

brookshawphotography.tumblr.com

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Barn Owlets 

It is currently at 10 am PST 104 F (40 C).  At 7:30 this morning I went out to take pictures because as you can see in the top pic, one of the owlets had it’s head sticking out.  I’m using a Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS USM II Lens so got about 20 feet away or so for the second pic.  I noticed it kept looking down.  As I looked down to change a setting I saw the chick on the ground.  At that time it was already 94 F (34.4 C).  We performed a rescue as I have a 40 foot ladder (12.19 m).  About 30  minutes later, I saw movement again and realized that the chick we put back was not the one I photographed above (I knew the one we put back looked smaller!), so we performed another.  If they come out again, I will put them in a box here in the house until it is cooler and then try and put them back.  Barn Owls will not feed young that are on the ground.

20Jun16

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