Haring Ibon - Alain Pascua

Haring Ibon is Alain Pascua's fourth set of collection of bird photos for exhibition. This set focuses on the Great Philippine Eagle as a subject both in portraiture and in action in the wild.


Ang Banog, Haring Ibon

The Last of a Dying Breed

Critically Endangered

Soaring High

A New Hope

Lord of the Forest

Maypagasa

Each photograph may be viewed larger and in higher resolutions by clicking on it.

All photos are printed in acid-free archival giclee prints professionally done by One Workshop of artist Ross Capili using the original "pigment archival ink" for longevity up to 100 years.

All photography artworks are personally signed by Alain Pascua and accompanied by Certificates of Authenticity which indicate the particular edition and releases.

Any photograph above and/or in the website may be printed on either crane and floating fine art paper, canvass with museum wrap, or clay coated paper at the preference of the client. Corresponding price based on the preferred medium and dimension or size will apply. Quoted prices above are exclusive of VAT.

Frames will be delivered from 7 to 10 days upon payment of reservation/partial fee of 25% of the quoted price. Payments may be made at Banco de Oro S/A# 3930134718 Sct Albano-Quezon Avenue Branch under Alain Del B. Pascua. It can also be made thru PayPal alainpascua@gmail.com.

The photographs are also available for licesing for calendars, planners, ads, print materials, presentations, tshirts, books, designs, and other uses and applications. Pricing depends on medium, usage, exclusivity, period, etc.

Other Exhibit Collections may be viewed at the following special galleries:

      Aves Filipinas

      Birds as Art I

      Birds as Art II

Other bird photographs may be viewed at the following galleries:

      My Best Shots

      Endangered Birds of the Philippines

Threatened Birds of the Philippines

      Endemic Birds of the Philippines

      Alain Pascua Photography

      Alain Pascua Homepage

For options on other sizes and media, aside from those mentioned above, and their corresponding prices, please see        

      Philippine Birds as Art 2013-2014 Catalogue.