Marc Gaub Photography

About me

For those of you who don’t know me (and if you are here, then there is a good chance you do), my name is Marc Gaub, and I am an amateur photographer living in Remich, Luxembourg, with more than 45 years of experience. My passion for photography grows every second I have a camera in my hand, and my goal is to share my world through my camera with you. I’ve always had an interest in photography, dating back to when I was 7. The first camera I received from my father was an Agfa 6x6. I learned to develop the black and white negative films and pictures at the age of 9 in my father’s darkroom.

In my early days, my passion was taking pictures of landscapes, animals and people.
At the age of 19, I made a 5-week photo safari through Kenia.

My last film camera I used was a medium format camera Mamiya 645 with several lenses.
I switched to digital photography in 2003, with a Canon EOS 10D DSLR.

As my daughter Sheryl and my niece Becky are passionate agility starters, I began taking pictures on agility events. Also a lot of dog photo shootings have been done during the last years.

I made the official pictures for the Luxembourgish Team at the Agility World Championship in the following years:
  - 2015 in Bologna / Italy
  - 2016 in Zaragoza / Spain

I have been official Press Photographer at the Agility World Championship in the following years:
  - 2017 in Liberec / Czech Republic
  - 2018 in Kristianstad / Sweden
  - 2019 in Turku / Finnland
  - 2023 in Liberec / Czech Republic
  - 2024 in BELGIUM

Today, I use the following cameras and lenses:
Canon EOS 1DX Mark II
Canon EF 16-35/4,0 IS
Canon EF 24-70/4,0 IS
Canon EF 70-200/2,8 IS II
Canon EF 200/2,0 IS
Profoto A1 studio flash
Profoto A1x studio flash
Profoto B2 studio flash

All the pictures are copyrighted. Commercial use or modifying of any picture without express written permission of the copyright holder is not permitted.

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Marc Gaub