Peter and Renée Overbosch

Nature photography       


We started out in the 1970's with the Minolta SRT101 analog camera, took B&W pictures and developed them in a chemical darkroom.

Late 90's we changed over to Canon EOS and autofocus, analog at first but now exclusively digital.

Current equipment includes Canon R5 and R6 cameras with various lenses, including Canon R100-500, EF 300/F2.8 and EF 800/F5.6, supported by Gitzo tripods with RRS, Acratech and Wimberley heads.

RAW Conversion

Pictures were shot in RAW and have been converted in Photoshop or Lightroom or, more recently, with DxO Pure Raw.

For a comparison between Adobe Camera Raw and DxO Pure Raw, using a Canon R5 CR3 file @ISO 25.600, click the pic below.

And @ ISO 20.000:

Our Subjects

Birds and other animals were photographed in the wild, with a few exceptions (indicated).

360 Panoramas

Some 360 panoramas are found here. They were made with the Canon 8-15mm lens (@8mm) and stitched with PTGUI and some help from PANO2VR and Photoshop.

At present they relate to our 2014 New Zealand trip, our 2016 Boa Vista trip and the Chile and Falklands trip, 2017. Panos from our Gambia and Ecuador trips are linked on the pages themselves.