One option for the Eagles Hide

Like all the luck factor carronades always influences. Al observe short distances, interaction between species at this site is great. To achieve maximum personal satisfaction is what counts here. Be patient, precede the photo and know how to act when, is essential to achieve good results. I in this session, I focused most of my photographs to frame competo, looks in the portrait mode.

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Canon 7D. Canon 400mm f5,6. f7.1 1/400 ISO 640

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Buitre negro. Aegypius monachus.

Canon 7D. Canon 400mm f5,6. f5.6 1/640 ISO 800

Bring two teams here is a great success, You can take several photos at the same time, I used two fixed focal (200mm y 400mm). To achieve these approaches I have been very patient and did not shoot any photo to end, when the last remaining pieces of flesh were closest to hide. So garanticé su maximum confidence. Rushing to the top by not being able to see the action contained, might have triggered the massive flight delay and so this time.

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Canon 7D. Canon 400mm f5,6. f6.3 1/800 ISO 500.

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Canon 60D. Canon 200mm f2,8. f8 1/400 ISO 500.

Milano negro. Kite.

Simultaneously and at different distances, you can make different pictures with the two focal, Select Product knowing those isolated specimens and also freeze action.

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Canon 7D. Canon 400mm f5,6. f8 1/640 ISO 500.

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Canon 60D. Canon 200mm f2,8. f8 1/400 ISO 500.

Griffon Vulture. Gyps fulvus.

Once finished the feast, kites continue demanding what they started and take the troncas randomly.

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Milano negro. Kite.

Canon 7D. Canon 400mm f5,6. f8 1/320 ISO 500.

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