Bird Images
Bird Images

Bird Images

 

Madagascar Fish Eagle D3777
© C.B. Frith

 

Variable (Grey) Goshawk D0126  © C.B. Frith

Australian Kestrel D9062
© C.B. Frith

Clifford's photographs have appeared worldwide in innumerable books and magazines over several decades. Initially transparencies (= T) were taken using 35mm and 6x7cm format cameras, but all photography is now digital (= D) in ‘35mm’ format. He has photographed birds in Australia, Papua New Guinea, New Zealand, South Pacific Islands, Madagascar, Mauritius, Reunion, Aldabra Atoll, South Africa, India, Chile (including Easter Island), Ecuador (including the Galapagos Islands), Peru, Bolivia, Western Canada, Alaska (including the Pribilof and Kodiak islands), USA, Thailand, Malaysia, Europe, Falkland Islands, & Antarctica.

The low-resolution JPEG image files herein are for reference viewing only and not for reproduction. High-resolution copyright (© C.B. Frith) images are captured with professional digital equipment and are entirely suitable for all editorial reproduction. Photographs presented are often but a sample of a larger portfolio of a species or group held by us. In many cases the one species may have been photographed on more than a single continent and at several locations. Digital images are available as TIFF files @ 16bit, Adobe RGB colour. File sizes range from 20MB to 50MB @ 300dpi. Other types of files may be supplied, as required.

As only a limited number of images can be included herein please email any specific requirements to frithandfrith@bigpond.com and, if available, a portfolio of low-resolution images will be forwarded for your appraisal.

The order, taxonomy, and nomenclature used herein are those of the sixteen volumes of the Handbook of the Birds of the World published by Lynx Edicions, Barcelona. Where a photograph was taken is indicated below the ENLARGED image.

No image may be used for or in any form of publication or print in any format or medium without prior consent and written permission and an agreement with regard to reproduction fees to be paid to the copyright holder (© C.B. Frith).

 

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