Hello there, my name is Peter Boekamp. I'm a photographer from Hamburg, Germany, with a focus on travel photography and a special interest in the mountainous regions of the world. If you stumbled upon my website there is a fair good chance that you love travel, being outdoors and above all photography. Good news! You are in the right spot. Enjoy and be inspired!
Most photographs on this website were taken with a Canon 35mm SLR camera (EOS 600/30) and a rather small selection of lenses. Canon's 24-105mm f/4L IS USM lens has been among my favourites. Until recently, I shot (Kodak) slide film exclusively. I went 'digital' in 2015 and bought a Canon full frame DSLR, the EOS 6D.
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In 2017 I returned to Nepal after 19 years for one of the most scenic treks in Nepal - the Manaslu Circuit. The trek offers breathtaking views of the Himalayas and is also culturally diverse. Despite its recent rise in popularity, the Manaslu trek remains remote and off-the-beaten-path compared to the better known teahouse treks in Nepal. Check out the new photographs.
Next project: In the summer of 2018 I will be visiting Botswana, one of the great safari destinations in Africa. Most of the time will be spent exploring Botswana's mighty Okavango Delta, the green 'heart' of the Kalahari desert. I'm really looking forward to it.
The photographs on this website, unless noted otherwise, are published under a Creative Commons license. That means you are free to use the photographs under the following conditions:
That said, you can license photographs from this website for editorial, advertising or other commercial purposes. Just tell me which images you're interested in and contact me. Almost all photographs shown on this website are available for commercial projects.
Files: I can supply you with layout images (JPEGs) and digital high-resolution files (usually TIFF). Colour profile is Adobe-RGB; bit-depth typically 16 bits per channel. Color slides were scanned with Nikon's excellent film scanner Coolscan V ED (LS-50). I have used Adobe Lightroom to process my RAW files and Adobe Photoshop for adjustments, if necessary.
Pricing: The licensing fee for an image is negotiable and depends on its intended use. The following details come into price calculation: type and circulation of publication, size and placement of the image, period of use, number of images purchased, the role of my photograph in your project, size of your company, media (banners, website, booklets, catalogues) etc.
Payment & Delivery: Your only option for settling the bill at the moment is direct money transfer to my German bank account. Please contact me for details. A download link (Dropbox) for the high-resolution images will be sent to you after confirmation of payment.
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Editor: Peter Boekamp, Hamburg, Germany.
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